mannite


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man·nite

 (măn′īt′)
n.
Mannitol.

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Diluents and adulterants, such as quinine hydrochloride, mannitol, mannite, dextrose, and lactose used, intended for use, or designed for use in cutting controlled substances.
Egyptians extracted a red dye from a plant and added iodine and some bromine mannite.
major vowel represented in the word sounds by the letters A E O I a e o i pha seo mannite = inosite, a non-fermentable saccharine substance A I O E a i o ae a fi brino genae mia a condition due to lack of fibrinogen in the blood A O I E a o y i a zido thy midi ne has been used to inhibit the replication of HIV E I O A e i o a preio ta tion in Slavonic languages, a palatal glide before a vowel E I U O e y u o phe ny lbu tazo ne is used as an analgesic for relief of rheumatic pain E O U I e o u i gale no bismu ti te is a sulphide of lead and bismuth I A O U i a o u stria to -crenu late in biology: striped with a notched edge eg.