Definition of Parvolines

1. Noun. (plural of parvoline) ¹



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Definition of Parvolines

1. parvoline [n] - See also: parvoline

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parvolines

parve
parvenu
parvenue
parvenues
parvenus
parvilocular cyst
parvis
parvise
parvises
parvity
parvo
parvocellular
parvolin
parvoline
parvolines (current term)
parvolins
parvorder
parvorders
parvos
parvoviridae infections
parvovirinae
parvovirus
parvoviruses
parvowinchite
parvule
parvus
parwelite
parœmial
parœmiographer

Literary usage of Parvolines

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1. Coal-tar and Ammonia by Georg Lunge (1916)
"... than in hot water. a ft y trimethyl-pyridine was found in coal-tar, with the former, by Ahrens (Ber., 1896, p. 2999). Boils at 165° to 168°. parvolines ..."

2. The Toxins and Venoms, and Their Antibodies by Marius Emmanuel Pozzi-Escot (1906)
"... and the parvolines. b. Guanidines.—Among the products of ordinary putrefaction there has been found so far only methyl- guanidine, ..."

3. Notions fondamentales de chimie organique by Charles Moureu (1906)
"... parvolines, etc.), ont été préparés. Plusieurs se forment, par une réaction complexe, quand on soumet à l'action de la chaleur les combinaisons ..."

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