The juice resulting from the second and third extractions may be combined.
More juice can be obtained and more jelly made from the same amount of fruit if three extractions instead of one are made.
As many as twelve extractions are sometimes necessary to accomplish this.
It became necessary to free it from black by successive individual out-crossings to wild flies and extractions.
The three filtrates from these three extractions were precipitated separately by lead acetate in 50 per cent.
You that are genuine Athenians, devour with a golden Epicurism the arts and sciences, the spirits and extractions of authors.
You may say, "Why bother with extractions—why not squeeze the juice and be done with it?"
Three extractions usually exhaust the pectin, but sometimes you can get as many as five extractions.
One of the earliest recorded operations for the extractions of two dead fetuses from the womb is clearly described in chapter 76.
There are as many different subterranean stages as there are varying works, as there are extractions.
extraction ex·trac·tion (ĭk-strāk'shən)
The act of extracting or the condition of being extracted.
Something obtained by extracting; an extract.
The removal by withdrawing or pulling out of a tooth from its socket.
Removal of a baby from the genital canal in assisted delivery.
The active portion of a drug.