Definition of Instrokes

1. instroke [n] - See also: instroke



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Instrokes

institutively
institutor
institutors
instop
instore
instrascene dynamic range
instratified
instream
instream cover
instream flow incremental methodology
instreaming
instrengthen
instress
instrew
instroke
instrokes
instruct
instructed
instructer
instructers
instructeth
instructible
instructing
instruction
instruction book
instruction execution
instruction manual
instruction set
instruction sets
instructional

Literary usage of Instrokes

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench, and by William Mawdesley Best, George James Philip Smith (1869)
"... and instrokes, to win and 1867. work and get as well the coals to be won and wrought TAVLOR out of and from any adjoining coal mines or seams of SHAFTO. ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench, and by William Mawdesley Best, George James Philip Smith (1869)
"... and instrokes, to win and 1867. work and get as well the coals to be won and wrought ... and instrokes should not exceed in breadth fourteen feet each, ..."

3. Self-propelled Vehicles: A Practical Treatise on the Theory, Construction by James Edward Homans (1908)
"Consequently, the pistons of the second and third cylinders make their instrokes at the same time as the first and fourth make their ..."

4. Audels Gas Engine Manual: A Practical Treatise Relating to the Theory and (1908)
"Consequently, the pistons of the second and third cylinder- make their instrokes at the same time as the first and fourth make their ..."

5. A Foundational Study in the Pedagogy of Arithmetic by Henry Budd Howell (1914)
"... to note instrokes as in circles), and constructed the picture additively; a perception or a memory or image of the whole is, that is to say, ..."

6. Collieries and Colliers: A Handbook of the Law and Leading Cases Relating by John Coke Fowler (1872)
"It was sought to restrain him from so doing by means of any headings or instrokes from the other estate or from any workings to the rise of the Lewis estate ..."

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