Definition of Dowelling
1. dowel [v] - See also: dowel
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Literary usage of Dowelling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual of Elementary Projection Drawing, Involving Three Dimensions by Samuel Edward Warren (1872)
"dowelling is a mode of fastening by pins, projecting usually from an edge of one piece into corresponding cavities in another piece, as seen in the ..."
2. Elementary Projection Drawing: Theory and Practice. For Preparatory and by Samuel Edward Warren (1886)
"dowelling. (From a Model.) PI. VII., Fig.57. Mechanical Construction.— dowelling is a mode of fastening by pins, projecting usually from an edge of one ..."
3. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1823)
"Cooperage, machine for dowelling and heading—R. Hunt, Ontario County, New York, Dec. 12. ... dowelling ..."
4. Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers (1848)
"On a mode of dowelling Timber, or of combining it and other materials for ... By MJ Brunei, M. Inst. CE dowelling The author proposes to unite timber by ..."
5. Decisions on the Law of Patents for Inventions Rendered by [English Courts by United States Supreme Court, Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, Woodbury Lowery (1887)
"Now, I cannot but myself think here that the party has meant to have it understood that the dowelling itself is a part of the invention, and therefore, ..."