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 (ăz′ŏth, -ôth)
Mercury considered in alchemy to be the primary source of all metals.

[Middle English azoc, from Old French, from Arabic az-zā'uq, the mercury : al-, the + zā'uq, mercury (from Syriac zīwag, of Iranian origin; see gwei- in Indo-European roots).]
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1. (Alchemy) the alchemical name for mercury, esp when regarded as the first principle of all metals
2. (Alchemy) the panacea postulated by Paracelsus
[from Arabic az-zā'ūq the mercury]
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(ˈæz ɒθ)

1. mercury, regarded by alchemists as the assumed first principle of all metals.
2. the universal remedy of Paracelsus.
[1470–80; « Arabic az zā'ūq the quicksilver]
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Em Azoth,(Figura 7) a serie e construida em torno de uma palavra formada pela primeira e ultima letra do alfabeto grego que evoca muitos significados, tais como o comeco e o fim, mas tambem o nome de um elixir secreto pertencente ao vocabulario alquimico.
The activities that pollute the land, water and air should be stopped whenever possible, as principle that analyses the indicator of the percentage of level of the azoth dioxide in the atmosphere.
On the one hand, this requires combing through periodicals that we can now confirm Mena published in, especially those that she worked with more than once, such as Old Castle Garden, Azoth, and Household Magazine.
Your task is to bring the legendary sword of Azoth back to me.
Needing fertilizer for plant (phosphor and azoth) perpetrated as phosphate ammonium and urea fertilizer 250 kg phosphate ammonium added in a hectare before ending disk to earth and urea fertilizer distributed in this amount in 3 period 40% in implant times, 30% in the phase of 6 to 8 leafs and 30% at the end of growth period and before pollination.
Needing fertilizer for plant (phosphor and azoth) took as phosphate ammonium fertilizer.
Young writes both wryly and sympathetically about some of the more obscure folk groups of the 1960s and 1970s--with names like Alphane Moon, Our Glassie Azoth and Trembling Bells--and their naive but touching idealism.
The debit of gas vector (azoth) was fixed to 1mL/min and split injection with split ratio 1 :40.The volume of injected was 1uL of diluted oil in hexane solution (10%).
The mono-atomic inert gases, witch are today the most used to produce thermal plasma (Argon, Helium, Azoth, air etc.), accomplish these conditions.