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  • n. Plural form of voiding.


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  • He glanced down, face screwed into a grimace, and rubbed fastidiously at his leggings, soiled by the odorous voidings of the glutton.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • Prospero arrived when they powered up the holographic comm sphere atop the control panel, and the magus made sure their adjustments were correct on the tank voidings.


  • _ -- Very soft condition of the voidings which are sometimes almost watery.

    Pratt's Practical Pointers on the Care of Livestock and Poultry

  • Keep the young swine comfortable and remove the voidings carefully two or three times a day.

    Pratt's Practical Pointers on the Care of Livestock and Poultry

  • There are farmers so situated in respect to soils, crops, and markets that they can make a good profit from an investment of $30 in the total liquid and solid voidings of a horse for a year.

    Crops and Methods for Soil Improvement

  • If the total amount of fertility found in the voidings of all the animals of the farm were provided in a pile of commercial fertilizer containing the same amount of each plant constituent, its worth to the farmer would depend upon his ability to convert all that fertility into crops at a profit.

    Crops and Methods for Soil Improvement

  • Disease may be shown by increase in the number of voidings or of the quantity.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • The consequence of their always resorting to the same spot is that, from the voidings of the birds and the remains of fish brought to feed the young, a deposit is made over the whole surface, a fraction of an inch every year, which by degrees increases until it is sometimes twenty or thirty feet deep, if not more, and the lower portion becomes almost as hard as rock.

    The Mission; or Scenes in Africa


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