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Definition of Amalgama

Amalgama
Amalgama A*mal"ga*ma, n. Same as Amalgam. They divided this their amalgama into a number of incoherent republics. --Burke.

Meaning of Amalgama from wikipedia

- Look up Amalgam, Amalgams, amalgam, amalgama, or amalgams in Wiktionary, the free dictionary....
- versus churros". ABC. Retrieved 19 June 2014. "Una de calentitos". Toda una amalgama. 18 October 2013. "La muralla duda: rueda o papa". Diario de Sevilla. 18...
- Apostolos Angelis - Hologram (APRDT01/APRCD01, 2009) Vasilis Angelis - Amalgama (APRDT02/APRCD02, 2010) Apostolos Angelis - Prophecy Of Heavens (APRDT03...
- ballcourt. By 500 BC mercury was used to make amalgams (Medieval Latin amalgama, "alloy of mercury") with other metals. Alchemists thought of mercury as...
- Arcanum joviale, in pre-modern medicine, is a preparation made of an amalgama of mercury and tin, digested in spirit of nitre. The nitre being drawn off...
- Retrieved 2016-11-10. "To "Amalgama" του Woodcraft από την Apoapsis Records". MiC - GR**** MUSIC MAGAZINE. Retrieved 2016-11-10. ""Amalgama" από τον Τρικαλινό...
- alchemical texts. Correspondence is a symbol for amalgam or amalgamation, "Amalgama". Entropy is a symbol for rotting or decay, "Putredo/putrefactio". The...
- Rico, other microbreweries in the process of getting their permits are Amalgama Brewing, Gafas Locas Beer Co. and Cervezas Cielo Roto. Old Harbor Brewery...
- prolong health. By 500 BC mercury was used to make amalgams (Medieval Latin amalgama, "alloy of mercury") with other metals. Alchemists thought of mercury as...
- it meant an amalgam of mercury with another metal, and it was spelled amalgama. It lacks a plausible origin in terms of Latin precedents. In medieval...
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