amalgamator


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a·mal·ga·ma·tor

(ă-mal'gă-mā-tŏr),
A device for combining mercury with a metal or an alloy to form a new alloy.

amalgamate

(ă-mal′gă-māt″)
To combine mercury with silver, tin, and copper to produce amalgam.
amalgamation (-mā′shŏn) amalgamator (-māt″ŏr)

a·mal·ga·ma·tor

(ă-mal'gă-mā-tŏr)
A device for combining mercury with a metal or an alloy to form a new alloy.
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Harris, "From Abolitionist Amalgamators to "Rulers of the Five Points": The Discourse of Interracial Sex and Reform in Antebellum New York City," in Hodes ed., Sex, Love, Race: Crossing Boundaries in North American History (1999): 191-212.
Some published studies have presented risky levels of noise in the working environment of medical professionals.2 The common type of exposures in clinics include high-speed turbine hand-pieces low-speed hand-pieces ultrasonic scalers amalgamators vibrators model trimmers and
Smits, "'Squaw Men,' 'Half-Breeds,' and Amalgamators: Late Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Attitudes toward Indian-White Race-Mixing," in American Indian Culture and Research Journal 15, no.
Riggs to John Eaton, August 27, 1877, quoted in Smits, "'Squaw Men,' 'Half-Breeds,' and Amalgamators," 46.
See Perdue, 'Mixed-Blood' Indians; Smits, "'Squaw Men,' 'Half-Breeds,' and Amalgamators"; and William T.
Equipment" most members reported the purchase of "small equipment" such as amalgamators, curing lights, autoclaves, vibrators, burs handpieces, etc.; many listed "X-Ray Machines, computers, dental chairs," and other larger, more expensive items.
`"Squaw-Men,' `Half-Breeds,' and Amalgamators: Late Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Attitudes Toward Indian-White Race-Mixing." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 15:3 (1991): 29-61.
For social attitudes, see David Smits, "'Squaw Men', 'Half-Breeds,' and Amalgamators: Late Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American A ttitudes Toward Indian-White Race-Mixing," American Indian Culture and Research Journal 15, no.