Definition of Talcums
1. talcum [n] - See also: talcum
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Talcums
Literary usage of Talcums
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1920)
"Talcum is generally present in face powders in greater or less amounts, and serves the same purpose that it does in body talcums. The presence of a large ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1825)
"Most of our ornithological readers are possibly aware that Dr, Leach had formed a separate genus for the reception of Scolopax grisen of Gmelin, or talcums ..."
3. New Jersey, a Guide to Its Present and Past (2007)
"... covers seven blocks with its 44 buildings, in which soaps, talcums, dentifrices and other products are made. The business began in 1806 when William ..."
4. A Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, Geography by William Smith, John Mee Fuller (1893)
"... may «non tilín in the direction of that vast and most interesting, as well as important, Aramaic literature, of which the talcums form but a small item. ..."
5. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1905)
"Toilet waters, talcums, powders, etc.. when freely used, do much to rob hot days of their unpleasantness. Every article we sell is weighed in the scale of ..."
6. Window Displays for Druggists: Comprising for the Most Part Engravings and by Harry Beckwith Mason (1915)
"There were nursing-bottle fittings, nipples, pacifiers, brushes, chamois skins, talcums, soaps, bottles, assorted baby foods, castor oil, ear and ulcer ..."