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  • n. Alternative form of laboratory.


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  • No species of savage cruelty was omitted which either the ingenuity of human malignity could invent, which rage the most conspicuous and furious could excite, or which even the infernal labouratory of the court of hell could supply.

    The Works of James Arminius, Vol. 1

  • The authority carried out labouratory tests and field inspections on locally produced raw milk to ascertain their authenticity, as per a report prepared by Taneiji.

    Khaleej Times : UAE News


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