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Things bromide often describes (“bromide ________”)
solution, ions, emulsion, papers, plates, water, paper, ion, process, plate, emulsions, salts, prints, mixture, crystals, chloride, dna, bromate, reagent, iodide, staining, method, enlargements, solutions, level, levels, film, fragments, mixtures, preparations, films, grain, hydrogen, intoxication, grains, caesium, treatment, crystal, negatives, reaction, laser, titration, gelatine, concentration, powders, aluminum, poisoning, ammonium, streaks, reactions, psychoses, skin, bleach, anions, fragment, waters, chloropicrin, peptides, vapors, ethylene, taker, sepharose, print, sublimate, particles, printing

How bromide often is described (“________ bromide”)
potassium, pure, butyl, ammonium, old, hydrogen, soluble, propantheline, ipratropium, cyanogen, propyl, neostigmine, silver, lithium, pyridostigmine, cupric, solid, excess, corresponding, hexadimethrine, phenyl, bromophenacyl, ferrous, anhydrous, dry, much, nitrobenzyl, strontium, potassic, demecarium, calcium, chloro, unexposed, lead, free, inhaled, sodium, ferric, liquid, insoluble, nebulized, mercuric, cuprous, dye, gelatino, inorganic, tertiary, ethyl, argentic, sub, anticholinergic, powdered, diphenyltetrazolium, gaseous, unchanged, quaternary, decamethonium, xylyl, crude, alkaline, methyl, cetyltrimethylammonium, organic, hexamethonium, residual, ethidium, volatile, stannic, methantheline, sufficient, aqueous, cyclohexyl, mercurous, octyl, intranasal, methscopolamine, sensitive, less, undeveloped, double, bromate, crystalline, cadmium, amyl, trimethylammonium, metallic, prostigmine, fluorescent, butylmagnesium, aminoethylisothiouronium

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See bromide used in context: 2 rhymes, several books and articles.

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