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" ... to be had at any druggist's store. The alcohol cools it down so rapidly that it will be necessary to put it again on the fire, stirring it constantly. Still the utmost care must be exercised to prevent the alcohol from getting inflamed. To avoid it,... "
The Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste - Página 116
1862
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The Wisconsin Farmer, Volumen 14

1862
...spoonful of spirits of turpentine, and after that about seven ounces of very strong alcohol (05 percent), to be had at. any druggist's store. — The alcohol...the fire, stirring it constantly. Still the utmost cave must be exercised to prevent the alcohol from getting inflamed. To avoid it, the best way is to...
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Garden receipts, ed. by C.W. Quin

Charles William Quin - 1877
...and stir it well. Take it from the fire, let it cool down a little, and then mix 8 oz. of alcohol. The alcohol cools it down so rapidly that it will...constantly. Still the utmost care must be exercised to keep the alcohol from getting ignited. To avoid it, the best way is to remove the vessel from the fire...
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Household and Farmers' Cyclopedia: One Hundred Thousand Facts for the People ...

Daniel R. Shafer - 1876 - 606 páginas
...druggist's store. The alcohol cools it down so rapidly that it will be necessary to put it once more on the fire, stirring it constantly. Still the utmost...way is to remove the vessel from the fire, when the lumps that may have been formed commence melting again. This must be continued till the whole is a...
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Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri, Volumen 27

Missouri. State Horticultural Society - 1884
...tablespoonful of spirits of turpentine, and after that, about seven ounces of strong alcohol (95 per cent). The alcohol cools it down so rapidly that it will be necessary to put it once more on the fire, stirring it constantly. Still the utmost care must be exercised to prevent the...
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The California Fruits and how to Grow Them: A Manual of Methods which Have ...

Edward James Wickson - 1891 - 599 páginas
...tablespoonful of spirits of turpentine, and after that add about seven ounces of very strong alcohol. The alcohol cools it down so rapidly that it will be necessary to put it once more on the fire, stirring it constantly. Great care is necessary to avoid igniting the alcohol....
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Annual Report of the Missouri State Board of Agriculture

1884
...tablespoonfnl of spirits of turpentine, and after that, about seven ounces of strong alcohol (95 per cent). The alcohol cools it down so rapidly that it will be necessary to put it once more on the fire, stirring it constantly. Still the utmost care must be exercised to prevent the...
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