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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Chemistry; chemical phenomena.

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  • O ye witch's oils, hell-broths red and black, pills, and electuaries! the unsuccessful experiments -- instrumentalities of death too slow for the occasion, but masterly in their kind -- of the Pandemoniac host in those Miltonian, infernal chemics which resulted in gunpowder and cannon-balls!

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866

  • Super-mechanical and super-chemical certainly, and chemics and mechanics and electro-statics include all the material forces.

    The Breath of Life

  • Science may be unable to see any difference between vital mechanics, vital chemistry, and the chemics and mechanics of inorganic bodies -- its analysis reveals no difference; but that there is a difference as between two different orders, all men see and feel.

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  • "Go Chemics just dealing in reality Brother Rice is a state powerhouse so that must make the chemics a state door mat?

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  • "Go Chemics just dealing in reality Brother Rice is a state powerhouse so that must make the chemics a state door mat?

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