Definition of Equilibrators
1. equilibrator [n] - See also: equilibrator
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Literary usage of Equilibrators
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1901)
"In these three constituents are present in four phases, and two solid equilibrators are necessary, eg, NaCl and KC1. But it must be carefully borne in mind ..."
2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1899)
"362. The most important part of this perhaps too neglected book is the characterization of logical types. The equilibrators, the reasoners, ..."
3. The Integrative Action of the Nervous System by Charles Scott Sherrington (1906)
"... and since each retina has its normals of direction conforming with those of the head, these equilibrators of the head are closely connected by nervous ..."
4. A Tenderfoot with Peary by George Borup (1911)
"We knew he had a girl there whom he intended marrying in the fall, and one never can tell what influence these equilibrators may have. ..."
5. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"M. Leblanc has achieved this by the use of automatic equilibrators constituted by the use of hollow tori partially filled with mercury. ..."
6. The Revolution Absolute by Charles Ferguson (1918)
"... and group-interests, and therefore proceeds to invent checks, balances and equilibrators in the vain hope of stabilizing the flux of social forces. ..."
7. Proceedings of the U. S. Geological Survey Global Change Research Forum edited by John A. Kelmelis, Mitchell Snow (1994)
"The fine-scale sampling will use a variety of techniques, including membrane equilibrators, core squeezing, microprobes, and seepage- meters. ..."