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Definition of Spreadable
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Literary usage of Spreadable
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1. Sanitation for public health nurses: (the Fundamentals of Public Health) by Hibbert Winslow Hill (1919)
"We now appreciate that the only surroundings of the individual which can act as causes of spreadable diseases are not inanimate but animate, ..."
2. Code of Federal Regulations 21 Food and Drugs: Parts 100 to 169 Revised as by U.s. Gpo (2005)
"(a) The common or usual name of a spreadable peanut product that does not conform to §164.150 of this chapter, and more than 10 percent of which consists of ..."
3. The Scientific American Cyclopedia of Formulas: Partly Based Upon the 28th by Albert Allis Hopkins (1910)
"100 parts each of iodide of mercury and iodide of copper are carefully rubbed down with sufficient distilled water to produce a spreadable paste. ..."
4. Dental Formulary: A Practical Guide for the Preparation of Chemical and by Hermann Prinz (1911)
"... a mortar containing the potassium cyanide in powder and dissolve by adding more water if necessary. Now add sufficient chalk to make a spreadable paste. ..."
5. Operative Surgery, Based on Normal and Pathological Anatomy by Joseph-François Malgaigne (1851)
"... he replaces by this means the moxa, &c. Application of the Arsenical Paste.—A soft and spreadable paste is formed by mixing with water the powder called ..."
6. Elementary General Science by Daniel Russell Hodgdon (1918)
"Equal parts of iodide of mercury and iodide of copper rubbed down with sufficient distilled water to produce a spreadable paste make a ..."
7. Non-secret Formulas by Thomas Michael Griffiths (1910)
"... containing the cyanide (in powder), and dissolve by adding more water if necessary; then make the solution into a spreadable paste with prepared chalk. ..."