There were, however, a loaf and butter and plasmon biscuits on the sideboard.
There was plasmon, that "panacea for all human ills which osteopathy could not reach."
Turn out and serve when cold with cream or plasmon snow-cream.
plasmon biscuit was made of the best flour mixed with 30 per cent.
Dried milk is now procurable in such forms as 'Lacvitum' and 'plasmon.'
MacAlister, who was deeply interested in the plasmon fortunes, was anxious to get the product adopted by the army.
The rations were found sufficient, but the plasmon biscuits were so hard that they had to be broken with a geological hammer.
Convince him that plasmon is what the army needs, that the military hospitals are suffering for it.
The meal consisted of a plasmon biscuit, a small bar of chocolate, and a slice of potato bread.
It was only a little while until the British army had experimented with plasmon and adopted it.
plasmon plas·mon (plāz'mŏn')
The aggregate of cytoplasmic or extranuclear genetic material in an organism.