Definition of Smears
1. Verb. (third-person singular of smear) ¹
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Definition of Smears
1. smear [v] - See also: smear
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Literary usage of Smears
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1907)
"7 am, filaria? in 3 blood smears. 10 am, 1 filaria in 4 blood smears. ... 1 pm, 3 filaria? in 3 blood smears. . 7 am to 7 p. in. ..."
2. The Philippine Journal of Scienceby Philippines Bureau of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1907)
"7 am, 3 filariae in 3 blood smears. 10 am, 2 filariae in 3 blood smears. ... 10 am, 1 filaria in 4 blood smears. 1 pm, 1 filaria in 3 blood smears. ..."
3. Gynecology by Brooke Melancthon Anspach (1921)
"Under such circumstances it may be necessary, in making a search for the gonococcus. to examine smears taken at different times between the menstrual ..."
4. Chemical and Micoscopical Diagnosis by Francis Carter Wood (1909)
"smears of blood for the study of the morphology of the red and white cells ... Those who advocate cover glasses claim that the smears made on them are less ..."
5. Diagnostic Methods, Chemical, Bacteriological and Microscopical: A Text-book by Ralph Waldo Webster (1920)
"Preparation of smears, with two- "glass slides. (Da Costa.) (2) Preparation of smears. To prepare blood smears, which are to be later examined in the ..."
6. Diagnostic Methods, Chemical, Bacteriological and Microscopical: A Text-book by Ralph Waldo Webster (1912)
"It is much better to make several smears than to be content with a few bad ones. A little experience with poor smears will convince the worker that it is ..."
7. Monographic Medicine by Albion Walter Hewlett, Lewellys Franklin Barker, Milton Howard Fussell, Henry Leopold Elsner (1916)
"The White Blood-Cells in Dried and Stained smears Under normal conditions certain definite varieties of leukocytes only, are to be found in the blood. ..."