Definition of Niters
1. niter [n] - See also: niter
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Niters
Literary usage of Niters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of the Earth and Animated Nature by Oliver Goldsmith (1856)
"general, it may be remarked, (hat the cat, when carried into other countries, niters but very little, still preserving its natural manners, habits, ..."
2. Manual of Petrographic Methods by Albert Johannsen (1914)
"By means of ray niters. 2. By the vaporization of certain solids. 3. By means of incandescent gases. 4. By means of certain rays of the spectrum, ..."
3. A biographical dictionary of eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson (1853)
"No more símil b«l-rid pauper watch The gentle rising of the latch, And ns she niters shift his place, To hear her voice and see her ..."
4. Sewage Disposal Works: Their Design and Construction by W. C. Easdale (1910)
"In approaching the subject of the design of niters for the purpose of oxidising the organic matters—in solution and in suspension—contained in the liquid ..."
5. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1844)
"... and in name of her two niters, who are unable to act for themselves, and Thomas Ramsay, .... niters ..."
6. Applied Bacteriology; an Introductory Handbook for the Use of Students by Thomas Hames Pearmain, Cresacre George Moor (1898)
"... method—Isolation of the cholera bacillus from water—Examination of niters—Examination of milk—Number of bacteria found in milk —Milk diseases—Blue, red, ..."