Definition of Fracturs

1. fractur [n] - See also: fractur



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fracturs

fractography
fracts
fractur
fractural
fracture
fracture bed
fracture by contrecoup
fracture dislocation
fracture fixation
fracture healing
fractured
fracturer
fracturers
fractures
fracturing
fracturs (current term)
fractus
fradicin
frae
fraena
fraenula
fraenulum
fraenum
fraenums
frag
fragged
fragger
fraggers
fragging
fraggings

Literary usage of Fracturs

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1. Asphalts and Allied Substances: Their Occurrence, Modes of Production, Uses by Herbert Abraham (1920)
"In general, glance pitch complies with the following characteristics: (Test 1) Color in maaa Black (Test 4) fracturs Conchoidal to ..."

2. Manual of surgery for students and practitioners by William Rose (1904)
"... would therefore be better described as fracturs-dislocations at the Ankle-joint. i. Displacement of the Foot outwards is by far the most common variety, ..."

3. A Practical treatise on fractures and dislocations by Frank Hastings Hamilton (1863)
"... inquire how Mr. Smith became possessed of the ages of all these persons from whom these specimens were obtained; Fig. 94. fracturs within ths capsule. ..."

4. The Family Receipt Book: Containing Eight Hundred Valuable Receipts in by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1819)
"The cement above described will unite the parts of Portland stone or marble, so as to make them as durable as they were prior to the fracturs. 134. ..."

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