Definition of Nanisms

1. Noun. (plural of nanism) ¹



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Definition of Nanisms

1. nanism [n] - See also: nanism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nanisms

nandines
nandins
nandoo
nandoos
nandrolone
nandrolone phenylpropionate
nandrolones
nandu
nandus
nane
naner
nang
nangry
nangs
nanism
nanisms (current term)
nanite
nanites
nankeen
nankeens
nankin
nankins
nanlingite
nanmu
nanna nap
nannan
nannans
nannas
nanner
nannetticafruits

Literary usage of Nanisms

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1. The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical and Physical Science (1842)
"... and looking upon their densities as the expression of their ilj nanisms ; and as these when squared are shown to be in ratios in the inverse order of ..."

2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1895)
"He imagines himself a chronometer, and asks what would be his e of inquiry and what its results, if he should seek to interpret the horological nanisms of ..."

3. A Text-book of Physiology for Medical Students and Physicians by William Henry Howell (1911)
"... Medial I nanisms Fig. 90.—Schema representing the origin and course of the fibers of the median fillet,—the ..."

4. The Constitutional Experiments of the Commonwealth: A Study of the Years by Edward Jenks (1890)
"Other But besides these two well defined and prominent nanisms, institutions there were other incipient organs which The only wanted opportunity to develop* ..."

5. Therapeutics by Horatio Charles Wood (1892)
"... such a« «¡nanisms, dry heat, frictions, flagellation«, ete-, to maintain the circulation, and of shaking, walking, application of dry electric brush, ..."

6. Human Physiology, Statical and Dynamical, Or, The Conditions and Course of by John William Draper (1856)
"... rn idea often nanisms to quoted and often admired, but which is, perhaps, scarcely consistent with enlarged conceptions of the system of the world. ..."

7. Geological Biology: An Introduction to the Geological History of Organisms by Henry Shaler Williams (1895)
"Thus it appears that what- we make out of fossils, whether we consider them stones • nanisms, however we account for their origin, whatever relation we ..."

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