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tincture

 [tingk´chur]
an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution prepared from vegetable drugs or chemical substances.
compound benzoin tincture a mixture of benzoin and several other ingredients in alcohol, used as a topical skin protectant.
iodine tincture a preparation of iodine and sodium iodide in diluted alcohol, used as a topical antiinfective.

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Abbreviation for L. tinctura, or tincture.

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tincture.
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The transitivity of such verbal forms is cross-linguistically unremarkable since the forms are, in a sense, underlyingly verbs; in contrast it is the existence of transitive lexical nouns and adjectives that is typologically rare and worthy of further investigation.
Ultimately, Held's and Britton's lucid explorations help readers connect transitive concern or what is required of us vis-a-vis the vulnerable other and piety as the realization and verification of the transcendence in human life.
JOK and TSG matched well above chance-level on the transitive relations in the first 48-trial block (92 % and 96 % correct, respectively), reaching 100 % accuracy on the second block.
Note that every induced subgraph of G is also a comparability graph and moreover, every transitive orientation of G induces a transitive orientation on the edges of every induced graph of G.
Transitive motivations are needed to develop an ethical understanding of the mass production process.
Verbs that do not have a transitive counterpart (Table 2) also behave regularly as described so far.
The clitic ne works for direct object of transitive verbs (as in [3] and [6]) but also for some subjects of so-called intransitive verbs that take essere as auxiliary (as in [5] and [8]).
If it is capable of transitive inference, the researchers argued, it would reason that C is weaker than A, so would attack C first.
Q] is the smallest transitive relation containing Q
Speaking of "laying"--or "layin" as we say in Texas--it is worth repeating that "lie" is intransitive (you recline, for example) and cannot take a direct object while "lay" (I lay down my cards) always needs an object because it is a transitive verb (lay down your gun).
The previous section already mentioned that transitive verbs predominantly focus on the interaction between the participants in the main relation.