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Students used beakers and directed heat to complete experiments.
But unlike Jack’s beaker filled with magic potion, in this cluttered drama there's no chemical reaction.
A new exhibit at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center (through Aug. 21) displays some of the classics: an IBM Selectric typewriter, a Chemex beaker-style coffee maker, an Olivetti portable typewriter, a chrome lounge chair designed by Mies van der Rohe.
A single light is on, in the bathroom, illuminating a beaker on a hot plate.
Most recently, Hoole and her fellow researchers identified an array of pollens that clung to a clay beaker found inside Ava’s grave.
John’s wort and meadowsweet—on the beaker in her grave.
Given his definition of personhood, those 5 million outlaws may actually be in liquid form in a small glass beaker.
Shaped as an atom, a beaker, a test tube, and a flask, quite a bit of thought and design went into choosing the shapes.
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Origin and Etymology of beaker
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
BEAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beaker for English Language Learners
: a wide glass with a lip for pouring that is used especially in chemistry for holding and measuring liquids
: a large drinking cup with a wide opening that is typically made of plastic or metal
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