with|er|ite


with|er|ite
with|er|ite «WIHTH uh yt», noun.
native barium carbonate, a rare white, gray, or yellowish mineral. Formula: BaCO3
[< William Withering, 1741-1799, an English physician, who first described and analyzed it + -ite1]

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