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f.m.

1.
(in prescriptions) make a mixture.
Origin of f.m.
From the Latin word fīat mistūra
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  • Mr. f.m. Webster reports that the labors of this bird "afford actual and immediate relief to the infected fruit."

    Our Vanishing Wild Life William T. Hornaday
  • In an article written in 1899 f.m. Teed mentions the fact that his incomplete collection of “Indians” totalled over three hundred.

  • But it was not Hendricks and his campaign that kept the f.m. of M. awake until dawn.

    A Poor Wise Man Mary Roberts Rinehart

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