Definition of Roebling

1. Noun. United States engineer (born in Germany) who designed and began construction of the Brooklyn bridge (1806-1869).




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Rodin
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Rodney
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Rodolia
Rodolia cardinalis
Rodrigo Borgia
Rodya Raskolnikov
Roebling (current term)
Roentgen
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Rogation Day
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Literary usage of Roebling

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1. Cincinnati, the Queen City, 1788-1912 by S.J. Clarke Publishing Company (1912)
"MILLARD F. Roebling. Millard F. Roebling is a member of the law firm of Roebling & Roebling, consisting of himself and Alexander Roebling, ..."

2. Cassier's Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02877163] (1902)
"Colonel Roebling served with honour and distinction in the army of the ... While the Cincinnati bridge was being constructed Mr. John A. Roebling was ..."

3. Reinforced Concrete by Albert Wells Buel, Charles Shattuck Hill (1904)
"Roebling Construction.—The Roebling flat-top arch floor 1s a composite construction of concrete ... Detail of Flat Ceiling Construction for Roebling Floor. ..."

4. Reinforced Concrete by Albert Wells Buel, Charles Shattuck Hill (1904)
"Roebling Construction.—The Roebling flat-top arch floor is a composite construction of concrete ... Detail of Flat Ceiling Construction for Roebling Floor. ..."

5. Reinforced Concrete by Albert Wells Buel, Charles Shattuck Hill (1904)
"Roebling Construction.—The Roebling flat-top arch floor is a composite construction of concrete ... Detail of Flat Ceiling Construction for Roebling Floor. ..."

6. Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey by Francis Bazley Lee, Lewis Publishing Company (1907)
"JOHN A. Roebling was one of the world's most distinguished civil engineers, ... Mr. Roebling was a Prussian by birth, born in the city of Muhlhausen, ..."

7. Bi-monthly Bulletin of the American Institute of Mining Engineers by American Institute of Mining Engineers (1918)
"Mr. Roebling, who was born in Trenton, was a son of the John A. Roebling who finished ... The bridge was completed by his sons, Charles G. Roebling and Col. ..."

8. The Historical Register ... Illustrated with Portrait Plates by Edwin Charles Hill (1922)
"Mr. Roebling was a graduate of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy, and immediately after his graduation, in 1871, he became actively identified ..."

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