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It is especially useful with cultures upon serum media, but is applicable also to the sputum.
A MANUAL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSISJAMES CAMPBELL TODD
We have two kinds of vaccines already, the cow-pox vaccine and the killed cultures of bacteria introduced by Wright.
THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
One American house makes a laudable attempt at a more exact terminology by calling the killed cultures of bacteria bacterins.
THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
If it has not got these, it must master and make use of other foreign cultures as a substitute.
THE NEW SOCIETYWALTHER RATHENAU
Once in the milk, the bacteria multiplied rapidly, so that the milkman gave out cultures of typhoid in his milk bottles.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
Existing institutions represent social movements that survived the conflict of cultures and the struggle for existence.
INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF SOCIOLOGYROBERT E. PARK
They are mostly isolated rural populations who have remained to a large extent outside of the cosmopolitan cultures of the cities.
INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF SOCIOLOGYROBERT E. PARK
And knowledge of our existence by very young cultures would certainly cause just that.
INDIRECTIONEVERETT B. COLE
The tendency toward later dates for these cultures seems to be strong and increasing.
THE NEW STONE AGE IN NORTHERN EUROPEJOHN M. TYLER
Denmark was already a meeting-place for a variety of cultures, thoughts, and influences.
THE NEW STONE AGE IN NORTHERN EUROPEJOHN M. TYLER

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