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Definition of Bortz
1. bort [n -ES] - See also: bort
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Literary usage of Bortz
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1. Handbook of Rock Excavation, Methods and Cost by Halbert Powers Gillette (1916)
"The stone consumption was only 3%4 k. of $10 bortz. Cost Using Carbons. ... Cost Using bortz.— The stone consumption given in Table ..."
2. The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value and by John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman (1887)
"EJECTMENT by John bortz against Solomon bortz and Margaret, his wife, for sixty acres of land. The plaintiff, who was then the owner of the land, ..."
3. History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania by John Newton Boucher, John Woolf Jordan (1906)
"for the American Sheet Steel and Tin Plate Company ; Lizzie M., wife of JM bortz, sheet heater of mills in ..."
4. The Practical Tool-maker and Designer: A Treatise Upon the Designing of by Herbert S. Wilson (1898)
"Just a few words about diamonds or " bortz," as they are called in the trade. There are many varieties of these stones, and they vary in color from a brown ..."
5. Machine Shop Catechism: Consisting of Over 1000 Carefully Selected Questions by American machinist (1913)
"Q— What is bortz? A.—bortz is the name given to any diamond which is not a carbon or black diamond and is not good enough to use as a gem. 836. ..."