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### Definition of Breadths

**1.** breadth [n] - See also: breadth

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### Literary usage of Breadths

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**1.** *A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution: And Laws of the United States* by John Bouvier (1874)

"... multiply the quantity thus obtained by one-third the interval between the
**breadths**, and the product shall be deemed the transverse area ; but if the ..."**2.** *A Manual of Machinery and Millwork* by William John Macquorn Rankine (1893)

"RULE B. ("Simpson's Second little," to be used when the number of intervals is
a multiple of 3.)— Add together the two endmost **breadths**, twice every third ..."**3.** *Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People* (1878)

"The sum of these three totals is the 'stun of the **breadths**.' Having obtained
these quantities, the tonnage is approximated to in a somewhat arbitrary manner ..."**4.** *Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers* by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) (1890)

"If the ten-**breadths** method gave ordinary diagrams 5 or even 3 per cent. too large,
it would be unfit for use, and all the results hitherto obtained by its ..."**5.** *Transactions* (1871)

"... HALF-**breadths** " in a CUTTING with a STEEP GRADIENT. By EDWARD TOWNSEND, MA,
Member; Professor of Civil Engineering, Queen's College, Galway. ..."**6.** *The Elements of the Differential Calculus: Comprehending the General Theory* by John Radford Young (1833)

"... **breadths** and/o«r heights. It is required to demonstrate that in every ...
sum of the reciprocals of the squares of the **breadths** is equal to the sum of ..."**7.** *The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General* by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)

"**breadths** are taken at each point of division of the depths and also at the upper
and lower points of the depths. The upper breadth of each arpa is to be set ..."