grahamite


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grahamite

[′grā·ə‚mīt]
(geology)
(mineralogy)
A solid, jet-black hydrocarbon that occurs in veinlike masses; soluble in carbon disulfide and chloroform.
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In addition to his lectures and books, there was a magazine devoted to his ideas and special vegetarian boarding houses where "Grahamites" could share the lifestyle.
The ultimate Grahamite discipline-your-instincts anti-diet diet can be found in the ever-capitalized, ever-trademarked, ever-exclamation-pointed SUGAR BUSTERS![TM] In this New York Times bestseller, H.
On the question of dietary reform, while there was a general Grahamite consensus in community, practice seems to have varied widely from strict vegetarianism--the consumption of only raw foods--to use of milk, butter, eggs, and cheese.