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laboratory
used in Flowers for Algernon -- Short Story

7 uses
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Definition
a workplace where people do scientific or medical research, or produce drugs or chemicals

or (as an adjective): related to such a place
  • I have been given a lab of my own and permission to go ahead with the research.
    p. 16.9
lab = workplace for scientific or medical research
  • Tonight after work Miss Kinnian was at the laboratory.
    p. 7.2
  • laboratory = workplace where people do scientific or medical research
  • Dr. Strauss is very angry at me for not having written any progress reports in two weeks. He's justified because the lab is now paying me a regular salary.
    p. 13.4
  • lab = workplace where people do scientific or medical research
  • I visited the lab to see him as I do occasionally, and when I took him out of his cage, he snapped at my hand.
    p. 16.4
  • lab = workplace where people do scientific or medical research
  • Dr. Strauss and Dr. Nemur have asked me not to come to the lab any more.
    p. 16.7
  • lab = workplace where people do scientific or medical research
  • I'm on to something. Working day and night. I've had a cot moved into the lab.
    p. 16.9
  • lab = workplace where people do scientific or medical research
  • I think I lost this months check from the lab. I dont remember
    p. 20.5
lab = workplace where people do scientific or medical research
There are no more uses of "laboratory" in Flowers for Algernon -- Short Story.

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