Definition of Tomback
1. tombac [n -S] - See also: tombac
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Literary usage of Tomback
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings: Symposium on Fire in Wilderness and Park Management edited by James K. Brown, Robert W. Mutch, Charles W. Spoon, Ronald H. Wakimoto (1996)
"Seeds are frequently cached in groups of 1 to 15 seeds (tomback 1986). ... tomback (1986) observed these birds caching seeds in a recently burned stand of ..."
2. Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages by Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Baretti (1851)
"Л Pinchbeck or tomback ; toy made of pinchbeck. ... Any large piece made of tomback or pinchbeck ; bracelet set with stones TUMBAR, ta. 1. ..."
3. Outlines of Mineralogy, Geology, and Mineral Analysis by Thomas Thomson (1836)
"Before the blowpipe, in the platinum forceps, it loses its green colour, and becomes tomback brown, the lustre inclining- still more to the metallic. ..."
4. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1918)
"56 Av. B tomback. Saml. D., 451 E. 140th Tonkes. I.. 218 Madison Av. Tonkonogy, David J., 1580 Crotona Pk., E. Trachman, Morris, 863 Beck Trau, G., ..."