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Definition of Redry
1. dry [v -DRIED, -DRYING, -DRIES] - See also: dry
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Literary usage of Redry
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1. Rice: Nutrient Disorders & Nutrient Management by Achim Dobermann, Thomas Fairhurst (2000)
"For longer storage, redry samples regularly to avoid growth of fungi. ... Before weighing samples for chemical analysis, redry the ground tissue at 70°C for ..."
2. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1906)
"The remainder becomes filled and veiled with a more fluid mixture, and upon redry- ing the cracks are established chiefly upon the same lines, indicating a ..."
3. Life-histories of African Game Animals by Theodore Roosevelt, Edmund Heller (1914)
"... is to soak the bones several hours in a solution of arsenic water after they have become thoroughly dry, and then redry them for a few hours in the sun. ..."
4. Modern American Library Economy as Illustrated by the Newark, N.J., Free ...by John Cotton Dana, Sara Cleveland Van de carr, Sarah B. Ball, Marjary Lawrence Gilson, Grace Thompson, Corinne Bacon, Julia Augusta (Scofield) Harron by John Cotton Dana, Sara Cleveland Van de carr, Sarah B. Ball, Marjary Lawrence Gilson, Grace Thompson, Corinne Bacon, Julia Augusta (Scofield) Harron (1912)
"... card as follows : write di- redry under the registration number the borrower'! surname preceded by the proper title; on the line below, his first name ..."
5. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1901)
"On damp days redry the negatives at a gentle heat, see that the backing pads are dry, and be certain that the paper when taken out of the tube is not ..."
6. The London Journal of Botany by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1846)
"damp insinuates itself to such a degree, that I am compelled to redry them. This is very troublesome; and on board a ship, especially a man of war, ..."
7. The Story of the Cigarette by William Wesley Young (1916)
"Some has come out in the various handlings during the curing, more in the auction warehouses, and still more in the redry- ing plants. ..."
8. A Practical Treatise on Brewing, Based on Chemical and Economical Principles by William Black (1849)
"It would indeed be desirable on all occasions where malt has been kept over the '•eason, without being entirely excluded from the ir, to redry it before ..."