Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as benzene.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun (Chem.), obsolete Benzene.

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  • noun chemistry, obsolete benzene

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Examples

  • The so-called phene, or lammergeier, is fond of its young, provides its food with ease, fetches food to its nest, and is of a kindly disposition.

    The History of Animals

  • The gene-phene map thing was discredited long ago, yet here you are making the even more outrageous claim of a gene-exterior environment and way-of-life map.

    Death of a popular anti-ID argument

  • The gene-phene map thing was discredited long ago, yet here you are making the even more outrageous claim of a gene-exterior environment and way-of-life map.

    Death of a popular anti-ID argument

  • There is also the phene (or lammergeier) and the vulture.

    The History of Animals

  • The true-bred eagle is the largest of all eagles; it is larger than the phene; is half as large again as the ordinary eagle, and has yellow plumage; it is seldom seen, as is the case with the so-called cymindis.

    The History of Animals

  • The phene is larger than the common eagle and is ashen in colour.

    The History of Animals

  • The phene is said to rear the young one that has been expelled the nest.

    The History of Animals

  • The young birds fight also with one another, to secure a morsel of food or a comfortable position, whereupon the mother-bird beats them and ejects them from the nest; the young ones scream at this treatment, and the phene hearing them catches them as they fall.

    The History of Animals

  • (84-87% (1R,2S) - cis-1,2-dihydroxy-dihydrodiben - zothiophene, enantiomeric excess greater than 95%, 15% dibenzothio - phene sulfoxide [16]) [16] S fluorene + NADH + O2

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  • For example, PhisoHex (hexachloro - about the use of the treatment and their practice phene) gained broad usage as a skin wash and dynamics change, modifying the use of that ther - scrub to combat the spread of infection.

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  • The usage examples for this suggest something quite different: "The so-called phene, or lammergeier, is fond of its young, provides its food with ease, fetches food to its nest, and is of a kindly disposition. (The History of Animals)"

    October 18, 2017