Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Greek antiquity, particularly at Athens, a judicial inquiry into the civic standing, character, and previous life of all persons elected for public office, of youths applying for enrolment on the list of full citizens, of persons aiming at political leadership, etc. The inquiry was public; any citizen might denounce the subject of it, and his civic privileges were suspended if he could not justify himself.
- n. The art or practice of assaying metals, or the art of separating metals from foreign matters, and of determining the nature and quantity of metallic substances contained in any ore or mineral.
- n. The art of ascertaining the nature and properties of medicines and poisons, or of ascertaining certain facts pertaining to physiology.
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