Definition of Preassure
1. [v -SURED, -SURING, -SURES]
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Literary usage of Preassure
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1. A Laboratory Guide in Pharmacology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1917)
"Repeat several times until the blood-preassure has fallen markedly. Experiment 6. Weak Vagus Stimulation. Experiment 7. Strong Vagus Stimulation. ..."
2. The Cincinnati Medical News edited by John Adams Thacker (1888)
"... or by any restraint, the ribs are unable to rise— in other words, the base of the thorax can not expand— then there is an increase of the preassure when ..."
3. "Red Paper" of Mexico: An Exposé of the Great Cientifico Conspiracy to by Mexican Bureau of Information, New York, New York Mexican Bureau of Information (1914)
"The Catholic clergy started to make propaganda in favor of the Catholic party, first in a discreet manner, bringing moral preassure to bear upon the ..."
4. Year Book ... with Announcements by Michigan College of Mining and Technology (1891)
"Pumping plant at 1) is one of largest mine pumps in world:—steeple compound—50 inch initial cylinders; 100-inch low preassure; 120-inch stroke; ..."
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