œnologic

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See also: oenologic

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œnologic (comparative more œnologic, superlative most œnologic)

  1. Obsolete form of oenologic.
    • 1907, James Ralph Jewell, Agricultural Education; second edition, Chapter V, page 91:
      Clermont has established a limnologic laboratory in the midst of her 20 lakes ; Besançon, laboratories for agricultural analysis and bacteriology, and two experiment stations ; Bordeaux, laboratories for research into diseases of the grape, an experiment station, an agronomic and an œnologic institute ; Nancy, an institute for brewing, and a fine section for the study of agriculture and forestry ; Lyon, a school of tannery perhaps as excellent as any in the world ; while at Caen special attention is devoted to the manufacture of butter and cheese.

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