Definition of Ternes

1. terne [n] - See also: terne

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ternes

ternary complexes
ternary compound
ternary computer
ternary computers
ternary form
ternary logic
ternary name
ternary operator
ternary operators
ternate
ternately
terne
terned
terneplate
terneplates
ternes (current term)
ternesite
terning
ternion
ternions
ternovite
terns
teroxide
terp
terpene
terpene carbocyclase
terpene synthase
terpeneless
terpenes
terpenic

Literary usage of Ternes

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1. Paris During the Commune, 1871: Being Letters from Paris and Its by William Gibson (1872)
"A fragment of a shell has broken into the roof of our ternes Chapel, and scattered the plaster, but has done no further injury. ..."

2. The Book of Detroiters;. by Albert Nelson Marquis (1914)
"1, 1863; son of Peter and Theresia (Renter) ternes; educated St. Boniface ... 12, 1884; son of Anthony and Mary Anna (Horger) ternes; educated in German ..."

3. St. Clair County, Michigan, Its History and Its People: A Narrative Account by William Lee Jenks (1912)
"Rev Peter J. -ternes was born near Detroit, on July 4, 1865. His lather, Peter ternes, was a farmer, and when the son was yet a bov the family moved to ..."

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