All the species of claviger are confined to Europe, chiefly to the south, but one species, cl.
cl, of which approximately one-half is converted into hydrochloric acid.
I have therefore taken the opportunity of founding the text upon a close collation of cl.
Sleamhnuich to slide, cl the back—cl-sleamhnuich to back-slide.
cl, cloacal or pallial chamber of Neomeniae and Chaetoderma.
The 'cl's' are always gentle and lovely girls you would die for!
Fares from London to Paris by Boulogne—1st class, 56s.; 2d cl.
It is said that he could arrest the parrot in the air by a "cl'k!"
Broad: like c in come, curb; as, cl the back, cridhe the heart.
Now ef I wuz you I'd cl'ar the county this very identical night.
The symbol for the element chlorine.
A bipolar lead of an electrocardiograph that has electrodes attached to chest and left arm.
Abbreviation of centiliter
The symbol for chlorine.
A greenish-yellow, gaseous element of the halogen group that can combine with most other elements and is found chiefly in combination with the alkali metals as chlorates and chlorides. Chlorine is highly irritating and poisonous. It is used in purifying water, as a disinfectant and bleach, and in the manufacture of numerous chemical compounds. Atomic number 17; atomic weight 35.453; freezing point -100.98°C; boiling point -34.6°C; specific gravity 1.56 (-33.6°C); valence 1, 3, 5, 7. See Periodic Table. See Note at chlorophyll.