Definition of Tocologies

1. tocology [n] - See also: tocology



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tocologies

tockay
tocked
tocking
tocks
tocktact
tockwough
tocleave
toco
toco-
tocochromanol-3
tocodynagraph
tocodynamometer
tocograph
tocography
tocol
tocologies (current term)
tocology
tocolysis
tocolytic
tocolytic agent
tocolytic agents
tocolytics
tocometer
tocopherol
tocopherol cyclase
tocopherolquinone
tocopherols
tocopheryl
tocopherylquinone
tocopheryls

Literary usage of Tocologies

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1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters (1868)
"The Memorials of the Cranes of Chilton show the difficulty of obtaining correct [tocologies of English families, even where abundant materials are preserved ..."

2. A Text-book of Obstetrics: Including the Pathology and Therapeutics of the by Franz Winckel (1890)
"Andrejew: Arch, de tocologies, 1886, Avril 15. The sounds heard in the abdomen of the pregnant woman are referable to either the mother or the child. ..."

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