Definition of Sewages
1. sewage [n] - See also: sewage
Lexicographical Neighbors of Sewages
Literary usage of Sewages
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Contributions (1906)
"The organic constituents also, as measured by total organic nitrogen, indicate that European sewages are twice as strong as American. ..."
2. A Study of Hydrogen Sulphide Production by Bacteria and Its Significance in by Harry Westfall Redfield (1912)
"Artificial sewages were prepared by introducing into 1000 cc. portions of Cornell ... Ninety cubic centimeters of each of the sewages was introduced ..."
3. Sewage Disposal by Leonard Parker Kinnicutt (1919)
"The general range of variation in the bacterial content of sewages may be indicated by the following quotation from Pres- cott and Winslow's Elements of ..."
4. Textbook on Sewage Disposal in the United Kingdom by Henry Lemmoin-Cannon (1912)
"Treatment of Mixed sewages. As an illustration of the difficulty of treating a "mixed " •sewage, containing brewery, tannery, and manufacturing refuse of an ..."
5. Elements of Water Bacteriology: With Special Reference to Sanitary Water by Samuel Cate Prescott, Charles-Edward Amory Winslow (1913)
"The total number of bacteria and the number of colon bacilli naturally vary widely in the sewages of different cities and towns. European sewages, being ..."
6. The Purification of Sewage, Being a Brief Account of the Scientific by Sidney Barwise (1904)
"Volume per head—Storm water—Chemical composition of different sewages— Variations in the chlorine—Night and day sewage—Hourly variations in flow and ..."
7. Contributions from the Sanitary Research Laboratory and Sewage Experiment by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sanitary Research Laboratory and Sewage Experiment Station (1906)
"European sewages will average about 1500 parts per million, with a range of from 500 to 2100 parts. The organic constituents also, as measured by total ..."