Definition of Pombe

1. an African alcoholic drink [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pombe

pomaceous
pomaces
pomade
pomade acne
pomaded
pomades
pomading
pomalidomide
pomander
pomanders
pomarine
pomato
pomatoes
pomatum
pomatums
pombe (current term)
pombes
pome
pomegranate
pomegranate tree
pomegranatelike
pomegranates
pomel
pomelle
pomello
pomelloes
pomelo
pomelo tree
pomelos
pomels

Literary usage of Pombe

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1. Gene Expression in Algae and Fungi Including Yeast: Bibliography January by Janet Saunders, Robert D. Warmbrodt (2001)
"However, the S. pombe arg3 gene complements only weakly an arg3 S. cerevisiae strain, which is in agreement with the low level of expression of the S. pombe ..."

2. The Victoria Nyanza: The Land, the Races and Their Customs, with Specimens by Karl Paul Kollmann (1899)
"... and the furrows are more than 3 feet in depth, which renders it difficult to pass over such ploughed ground. Agriculture. pombe. Sucking- tubes. ..."

3. Microbiology: A Text-book of Microörganisms, General and Applied by Charles E. Marshall (1921)
"Sake is said to average 18 per cent of alcohol and may reach 24 per cent, the highest alcohol content known to be produced bv fermentation. pombe is a kind ..."

4. Microbiology: A Text-book of Microörganisms, General and Applied by Charles Edward Marshall (1911)
"The liquid is then separated, cleared and stored. It contains a considerable amount of alcohol and can be kept and aged like wine. pombe is a kind of beer ..."

5. The Far Interior: A Narrative of Travel and Adventure from the Cape of Good by Walter Montagu Kerr (1886)
"... ceremonies—Boy rat-catchers—Hunting reports—Medicines for everything—Quackery —Superstition ineradicable—Worshipping a donkey—The lady and the pombe— ..."

6. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"The liquid is then separated, cleared and stored. It contains a considerable amount of alcohol and can be kept and aged like wine. pombe is a kind of beer ..."

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