Definition of Pinchcocks

1. Noun. (plural of pinchcock) ¹

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Definition of Pinchcocks

1. pinchcock [n] - See also: pinchcock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinchcocks

pinch hits
pinch hitter
pinch hitters
pinch of salt
pinch pennies
pinch point
pinch reflex diode
pinch runner
pinchable
pinchbeck
pinchbecks
pinchbug
pinchbugs
pinchcock
pinchcocks (current term)
pinche
pincheck
pinchecks
pinched
pinched look
pinchem
pincher
pinchers
pinches
pinches of salt
pinchfist
pinchfists
pinchgut
pinchguts

Literary usage of Pinchcocks

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1. A Comparison of Methods for Determining the Respiratory Exchange of Man by Thorne Martin Carpenter (1915)
"The pinchcocks, e and e, are now opened and the gas is drawn into burettes 3 and 3 by the routine carried out after the carbon dioxide had been absorbed. ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1894)
"E. pinchcocks. F. Cork perforator, perforated near the top. ... When the Small hole had passed through the cork, both pinchcocks were opened and the ..."

3. Manual of Experimental Physics for Secondary Schools by Fred Richardson Nichols, Charles Henry Smith, Charles Mark Turtin (1901)
"Slip the pinchcocks over the glass tubes and with the short rubber tubes connect the apparatus as shown in Fig. 13, supporting it with the stands. ..."

4. A Text-book of Experimental Chemistry: (with Descriptive Notes) for Students by Edwin Lee (1908)
"connect pipette with burette; gradually lower bulb, at the same time open the pinchcocks; continue to lower bulb until all the gas is drawn from pipette ..."

5. A Text-book of Experimental Chemistry: (with Descriptive Notes) for Students by Edwin Lee (1908)
"... when the pipette and burette are properly connected slightly raise the leveling bulb, then open both pinchcocks and by gradually raising the bulb the ..."

6. Manual of Experimental Physics for Secondary School by Fred Richardson Nichols, Charles Henry Smith, Charles Mark Turton (1899)
"Slip the pinchcocks over the glass tubes and with the short rubber tubes connect the .apparatus as shown- in Fig. 13, supporting it with the stands. ..."

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