incubator

[ in-kyuh-bey-ter, ing- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incubator

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The Incubator kids swings like they was on a pivot, and piles in after him.

"The incubator has not done all that it should have done," I said.

Label one of the tubes "Control" and place it in the incubator at 18° C.

He must have been an incubator baby, or else been found under a cabbage-leaf.

However, we're counting our chickens a long while before the incubator's opened.

In the morning he was up and at his incubator before any one else was stirring.

I am thinking of starting an incubator next spring and raising broilers.

The essential features of this incubator are shown in fig. 4.

This very accurately controls the temperature of the incubator.

The gas-governor (fig. 11) is fixed to the roof of the incubator.

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