speculum

[ spek-yuh-luh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF speculum
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But speculum metal is a material of a very intractable description.

The speculum had, consequently, not cooled uniformly, and hence the fracture had resulted.

The above process may be employed for speculum metal, or pitch may be used.

It is finished on the speculum itself with a little flour of emery.

That of the great Rosse speculum was no less than four tons.

Four editions of the "Speculum" are known, two in Dutch and two in Latin.

I examined the ear with the speculum and found nothing in it.

Rest of body brown with a green patch or speculum in the wing.

In optics, the deviation of the rays of light from the true focus, when inflected by a lens or speculum.

“Unmasking of all popish priests,” &c., and “Speculum Jesuiticum,” which abound in details to their disadvantage.

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