Definitions

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  • adj. Treated with nitrogen or a nitrogen compound.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of nitrogenize.

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Examples

  • The nitrogenized fertilizer factory came afterwards, and this was a great industry, the biggest in Cuba, with a production capacity of more than 400,000 tons per year.

    COMMEMORATES MONCADA ASSAULT

  • Urea nitrogenized fertilizer, 80.3 in 1969; 141 in 1974.

    CUBAN WORKERS CONGRESS

  • The production of fertilizer, without disagreeing with the comrades of Cubanita or Matanzas, is beginning to be developed, and they were the first to produce nitrogenized fertilizer.

    CASTRO ADDRESSES PLENUM OF BASIC INDUSTRY WORKER

  • If we want to build a plant such as the one in Cienfuegos, with a capacity to produce half a million tons of nitrogenized fertilizers per year — fertilizers we are now importing, since what we produce here is not actually made here but is rather mixed of various elements we import — we will have to invest more than forty million dollars.

    The Speech

  • It is a nitrogenized matter which seems to belong to the group of alkaloids; is uncrystallizable, finely granular, and brown in mass.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 384, May 12, 1883

  • The milk indeed shows an unusually great preponderance of the non-nitrogenized elements, and this seems to correspond with the wants of the animal, since fatty tissues are greatly developed in elephants.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 288, July 9, 1881

  • As may be seen from the subjoined analyses, given by v. Gorup Besanez, [1] the milk belongs to the class of which woman's and mare's milk are members, especially as regards the proportion of the non-nitrogenized to the nitrogenized elements.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 288, July 9, 1881

  • But the herb under consideration contains a relatively larger proportion of inorganic salts, as those of lime, potassa, and ammonia, -- and especially of highly nitrogenized substances; which explains why tobacco is so exhausting a crop to the soil, and why ashes are among its best fertilizers.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 34, August, 1860

  • It helps digest fatty matters by its emulsive powers; it has been more recently supposed to form a sort of _peptone_ with nitrogenized articles also; but, what is more to our purpose, it turns starch into sugar even more quickly than the saliva itself.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 34, August, 1860

  • These are ferments, such as _Bacillus amylobacter, _ or butyric ferment, and _B. septicus_, or ferment of the putrefaction of nitrogenized substances.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 446, July 19, 1884

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