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As soon as the snow outlasts the summer, the region which it occupies is sterilized to life.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
By now Mr. Peck had sterilized the glass with the alcohol and was prepared to make his test.
That bacteria are also present can be proved by exposing a sterilized gelatin plate to the air in a schoolroom for a few moments.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
I exercised in the Sanitarium gymnasium, and watched the sterilized dancing—the men with the men and the women with the women.
While the sliced tomatoes are cooking, pare the whole tomatoes and put them in sterilized jars.
Dont disburse sterilized charity, then, but keep hard-hearted.
Pour into sterilized jelly bags of unbleached muslin or doubled cheesecloth and drain but do not squeeze.
Cook slowly with equal weight of sugar until thick; put into sterilized tumblers or small jars and seal.
Canning is the process of preparing sterilized food so that it will keep indefinitely.
Food is completely cooked and then poured boiling hot into sterilized jars.

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