Embden

or Em·den

[em-duh n]
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Historical Examples of embden

  • At Embden, Friends that were banished are got into the city again.

    George Fox

    George Fox

  • As a rule, Embden and Toulouse eggs will bring from 60 cents to $1.20 each.

    Ducks and Geese

    Harry M. Lamon

  • Grits or Groats are the decorticated grain of the oat, which when bruised or crushed constitute Embden groats.

  • She had married into the Embden family, and so Heinrich was a sort of cousin of my mother's.

  • The Embden is very similar to the Toulouse in laying ability although probably on the whole not quite so good a layer.

    Ducks and Geese

    Harry M. Lamon