Definition of Draying
1. dray [v] - See also: dray
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Literary usage of Draying
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. San Francisco-Oakland Directory (1907)
"... 2135 Dodge draying Co, 17 Steuart, SF EMMONS GW CO, draying and safe moving, ... 879 Brannan, SF, tel Market 2798 Morton draying and Warehouse Co The, ..."
2. Reports of Cases Argued and Decided in the Circuit Court of the United by John McLean (1855)
"EJ Wood—Witness knows Anderson was draying for Smith & Kissane. ... Samuel Bebee—draying in Cincinnati. Draymen exchange works in cases of emergency. ..."
3. The Freight Traffic Red Book by Traffic Publishing Co (1922)
"The charge made for carting, draying or trucking freight to alongside a vessel. ... draying to Shipside.—The carting, draying or trucking of freight to ..."
4. The Port of Boston: A Study and a Solution of the Traffic and Operating by Edwin Jones Clapp (1916)
"Resultant cross-town draying. The shipper or consignee located in the north end of the city ... The annual cost of this cross-town draying is very high. ..."
5. Federal Statutes Annotated: Containing All the Laws of the United States of by United States, William Mark McKinney, Thomas H. Calvert, Edward Thompson Company (1917)
"draying of the kind under consideration necessarily precedes both the receipt and the ... To hold that a carrier may allow for such draying services is, ..."
6. History of Southeast Missouri: A Narrative Account of Its Historical by Robert Sidney Douglass (1912)
"Ambitious then to embark in business on his own account, Mr. Krone bought a team on credit, and began draying, an industry in which he was prosperously ..."
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