Definition of Exhaustions

1. Noun. (plural of exhaustion) ¹



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Definition of Exhaustions

1. exhaustion [n] - See also: exhaustion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exhaustions

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exhaustion atrophy
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exhaustions (current term)
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exhedra

Literary usage of Exhaustions

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1. Condensation of Vapor as Induced by Nuclei and Ions: Third Report by Carl Barus (1908)
"When the fog is precipitated under the same exhaustions with identically ... 32, b, the persistence of water nuclei in successive exhaustions is shown for ..."

2. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1881)
"The following Papers were read :— I. " Oil the Viscosity of Gases at High exhaustions." By WILLIAM CROOKES, FRS Received December 26. 1880. (Abstract. ..."

3. The Electromotive Force of Iron Under Varying Conditions: And the Effect of by Theodore William Richards, Gustavus Edward Behr (1906)
"High exhaustions.—In the preceding experiments the wet cloth partition was about 10 cm. above the surface of the water below. In the new chamber shown in ..."

4. First Principles of the Differential and Integral Calculus: Or The Doctrine by Etienne Bézout (1836)
"On the Method of exhaustions. This is the method which the ancients made use of in their difficult researches, and especially in the theory of curved lines ..."

5. First Principles of the Differential and Integral Calculus, Or, The by Etienne Bézout (1824)
"On the Method of exhaustions. This is the method which the ancients made use of in their difficult researches, and especially in the theory of curved lines ..."

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