8 edition of Ptomaine Street found in the catalog.
November 3, 2006 by Hard Press .
Written in English
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She walked down Ptomaine Street, her nose shining, and pearly drops chasing each other down her back like rain on a car window pane. In her tucked white dimity and ankle-ties, her pink sunbonnet and her tiny, frilled parasol, she was as much out of place in the aesthetic town as whipped cream on a grapefruit.
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ptomaine [to´mān, to-mān´] any of several toxic bases formed by decarboxylation of an amino acid, often by bacterial action, such as cadaverine, muscarine, and putrescine. ptomaine poisoning a term commonly misapplied to food poisoning. Contrary to popular belief, ptomaines are not injurious to the human digestive system, which is quite capable of.
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ptomaine (tō′mān′, tō-mān′) n. A basic nitrogenous organic compound produced by bacterial putrefaction of protein. [Italian ptomaina, from Greek ptōma, corpse, from piptein, ptō- to fall; see pet- in Indo-European roots.] ptomaine (ˈtəʊmeɪn) or ptomain n (Biochemistry) any of a group of amines, such as cadaverine or putrescine, formed.
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It relates the life and struggles of Carol Milford Kennicott in the small town of Gopher Prairie, Minnesota, as she comes into conflict with the small-town Author: Sinclair Lewis.
As the dust settled, Main Street seemed to stand there as such a book, a major reputation secured. Carol Kennicott would come to be known as “the Madame Bovary of the wheat elevators,” and Lewis as the American Flaubert, the American Dickens, the American Balzac, let alone the American Arnold Bennett.
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Ptomaine definition, any of a class of foul-smelling nitrogenous substances produced by bacteria during putrefaction of animal or plant protein: formerly thought to be toxic.
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Ptomaine poisoning definition is - food poisoning caused by bacteria or bacterial products. Ptomaine Street lesson plan template and teaching resources. This e-book text has been shared by Project Gutenberg ber of contributions: Ptomaine definition is - any of various organic bases which are formed by the action of putrefactive bacteria on nitrogenous matter and some of which are poisonous.
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By W. BREND FEW people have any doubt as to the reality of ptomaine-poisoning. Coroners' juries find that it is a cause of death, Courts of Law award damages for sickness it is believed to have produced, and many persons will claim that they have themselves suffered from its effects.
Yet all the books on Public Health written during the last twenty years refer to ptomaine. Ptomaine Street, the Tale of Warble Petticoat by Wells, Carolyn and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ptomaine, ptomain any of a group of amines, such as cadaverine or putrescine, formed by decaying organic matter Ptomaine any of various nitrogenous chemical compounds formed during the putrefactive decomposition of proteins, processes aided by microorganisms, in such substances as meat, fish, and yeast.
Prime examples of ptomaines are biogenic amines. Hummer definition, a person or thing that hums. See more. Cruise the tables at antiquarian book fairs and the name Carolyn Wells is bound to catch your eye sooner or later, likely on a garish paperback with a title like The Radio Studio Murder or The Roll-Top Desk known today, Wells wrote as many as books, of which approximately 82 are mysteries, beginning at the turn of twentieth century and Author: Rebecca Rego Barry.
Food poisoning. Philip Roth, Portnoy’s Complaint, New York: Vintage,p.That is the place to find the kinds of shikses Who Will Do Anything. If only a person is willing to risk polio from the pool, gangrene from the footbath, ptomaine from the hot dogs, and elephantiasis from the soap and the towels, he might possibly get laid.Margaret.
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