Definition of Aerophores
1. aerophore [n] - See also: aerophore
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aerophores
Literary usage of Aerophores
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"Apparatus, originating in France, known as aerophores, which enable the miner to carry sufficient fresh air for his own respiration, and to keep a lamp ..."
2. French Terminologies in the Making: Studies in Conscious Contributions to by Harvey Julian Swann (1918)
"8), it describes a machine for carrying air to the lungs of a person going into an infected mine, and it uses for a name the word aerophores. ..."
3. The Gypsy Moth, Porthetria Dispar (Linn.): A Report of the Work of by Edward Howe Forbush, Charles Henry Fernald (1896)
"... and the globules aerophores. These authors believe that these inflated globules have the effect of small balloons, and aid in transporting the young ..."
4. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1889)
"Des aerophores. Paris. 1872. GREAT BRITAIN. Report of Commissioners on Accidents in Mines. Blue Book. London. 1886. GERMANY. ..."
5. Catalogue of the Books and Pamphlets in the Library of the School of Mines by Columbia University, School of Mines, Library (1875)
"... A. and L. Des aerophores et de leur application au travail dans k's mines. 8vo. 67pp. Paris, 1872. 8vo. 483 pp. Paris, 1864. FORD, AB & Co. ..."