Usage examples for refrigeration

  1. No refrigeration to hold it stable. – Sand Doom by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  2. Hippocrates thought it was for the nutrition and refrigeration of the innate heat, Aristotle for its ventilation, Erasistratus for the filling of the arteries with spirits. – Fathers of Biology by Charles McRae
  3. The chemical changes which foods undergo during refrigeration are such as result in softening of the tissues. – Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value by Harry Snyder
  4. Whether these instances of the northern growth of the vine, as a wine- making plant, do or do not bear upon the question of the supposed refrigeration of our climate by the increase of the Polar ice, must be left to the determination of others. – Account of a Tour in Normandy, Vol. II. (of 2) by Dawson Turner
  5. The cloth covered army canteen soaked in water and the handy water jug of the eastern harvest field wrapped in a wet blanket are familiar examples of an ineffectual attempt at refrigeration by evaporation. – Arizona Sketches by Joseph A. Munk
  6. The fossil shells of the deposits in question clearly point to a gradual refrigeration of climate, from a temperature somewhat warmer than that now prevailing in our latitudes to one of intense cold; and the successive steps which have marked the coming on of the increasing cold are matters of no small geological interest. – The Antiquity of Man by Charles Lyell
  7. The methods of preserving food by drying, by refrigeration, and by heating and sealing are justified by experience as well as on theoretical grounds, and the same statement can be made regarding the use of salt and sugar solutions. – Food Poisoning by Edwin Oakes Jordan
  8. He also supposes that if at the same time a considerable part of northern and central Europe were submerged, so that a cold current from the arctic seas should sweep over it, an additional refrigeration of three or four degrees would be produced. – The Antiquity of Man by Charles Lyell
  9. Cold storage of the present time is understood as " mechanical refrigeration," and in general, the preservation of perishable articles by means of low temperature, hence, the act of reducing the temperature of any body, or maintaining the same below the temperature of the atmosphere, is called refrigeration, or more familiarly known as cold storage, produced by the employment of machinery of various types. – The Apple by Various
  10. The old method of refrigeration calls for only a moderate outlay for a box, but delivering ice three or four times a week to the average country home involves heavy overhead for the local ice dealer and he must therefore charge accordingly. – If You're Going to Live in the Country by Thomas H. Ormsbee and Richmond Huntley
  11. The mammals shrank into a meagre and insignificant population, a scattered tribe of small insect- eating animals, awaiting a fresh refrigeration of the globe. – The Story of Evolution by Joseph McCabe
  12. The draining of lakes diminishes the water- surface of the soil, and consequently, in many cases, the evaporation from it, as well as the refrigeration which attends all evaporation. – The Earth as Modified by Human Action by George P. Marsh
  13. In this age before processes of refrigeration had been invented, food could not be kept edible on long voyages, even in merchantmen. – Jefferson and his Colleagues A Chronicle of the Virginia Dynasty, Volume 15 In The Chronicles Of America Series by Allen Johnson
  14. But when a bright moon and a hot, close house induce the people to turn out and enjoy the coldness and clearness of night, it is very probable that refrigeration may be followed by severe bodily disease. – Moon Lore by Timothy Harley
  15. Equipped as above, 25 tons of refrigeration can be easily obtained from one ton of ordinary 12, 500 B T U coal. – Manufacturing Cost Data on Artificial Ice by Otto Luhr Herman Friedl
  16. The engineering of water across mountains, electric translation of sounds, refrigeration of air and foods, and other technical developments carry human beings a certain distance across some of nature's boundaries, but no cleverness of science can escape nature. – Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest by J. Frank Dobie
  17. In most cases, ice is available or electric refrigeration can be utilized for keeping cold milk, buttermilk, cider and other products available for immediate consumption for the hot and thirsty traveler in the summertime. – A Living from the Land by William B. Duryee
  18. Before we consider the biological effect of this great of refrigeration of the globe, we must endeavour to understand the occurrence itself. – The Story of Evolution by Joseph McCabe