James's powder
James's powder James"'s pow`der (Med.) Antimonial powder, first prepared by Dr. James, an English physician; -- called also {fever powder}. [1913 Webster]

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  • James's powder — Antimonial An ti*mo ni*al, a. Of or pertaining to antimony. n. (Med.) A preparation or medicine containing antimony. [1913 Webster] {Antimonial powder}, a consisting of one part oxide of antimony and two parts phosphate of calcium; also called… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • james's powder — noun or james powder ˈjāmz(ə̇z) Usage: usually capitalized J Etymology: after Robert James died 1776 English physician : antimonial powder …   Useful english dictionary

  • James's powder — noun see antimonial powder …   Useful english dictionary

  • Gregory's powder — Greg·o·ry s powder greg ə rēz n a laxative powder containing rhubarb, magnesia, and ginger Gregory James (1753 1821) British physician. In 1780 Gregory published a volume that contains many of his remedies including the powder that bears his name …   Medical dictionary

  • gregory's powder — ˈgreg]ərēz , rāg], riz noun Usage: usually capitalized G Etymology: after James Gregory died 1821 Scottish professor of medicine : a laxative powder containing rhubarb, magnesia, and ginger * * * Gregory s mixture /gregˈər iz/ or Gregory s powder …   Useful english dictionary

  • James — (engl., spr. Dschehms), 1) so v.w. Jakob; 2) Robert, geb. 1703 zu Kinverston in der Grafschaft Stafford in England; prakticirte als Arzt in. Sheffield, Lichtfield, Birmingham u. London u. st. 1776; bekannt durch sein Fiebermittel: Jamespulver… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • james' powder — noun see james s powder …   Useful english dictionary

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