Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The smallest of regular sizes of portrait photographs.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A form of syenite in which brown mica predominates.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The ores of this region are called "minette" ores.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • The basic Bessemer (Thomas) process, used for the "minette" ores of western Europe and the Swedish magnetites, may use an ore with any amount of phosphorus over 1.5 per cent.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • Labels: building a reading society, literacy, marginal readers, minette walters, quick reads, reading lists, ruth rendell, world book day posted by bibliobibuli at 12: 40 AM

    Literature for the Sub-Literate

  • But neither one was horrible - and that's saying something these days. will give them more attention next time i'm at nordy's. - minette

    Perfume Review: Diesel Fuel For Life For Her and For Him

  • I have to agree with minette in that the feminine one was an Angel copy.

    Perfume Review: Diesel Fuel For Life For Her and For Him

  • For me that was “dodo Minette” here, minette means kitten.

    catherinette

  • Then it became a line dance as a pavane, then a six-couple line dance in a chassone, then a double line of three couples in minette, then three square dances as a pavane.

    Exile's Valor

  • The ores in question have various local names: brown haematite (xanthosiderite), limonite, pea ore, conglomerate ore, minette (iron ooliths), sea ore, bog ore, stilpnosiderite, yellow clay ironstone, yellow ochre.

    6. Purifying absorbent

  • "We might count the war as very nearly lost should our production of minette (the Lorraine material) be disturbed."

    Importance of Mining Industry To Canada

  • The Germans during the war supplied their needs for vanadium from the minette iron ores in the Briey district in France, and presumably the French will in the future utilize this source.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

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