Definition of Eyeletting
1. eyelet [v] - See also: eyelet
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Literary usage of Eyeletting
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1. A Practical Treatise Upon Modern Printing Machinery and Letterpress Printing by Frederick John Farlow Wilson, Douglas Grey (1888)
"But where commercial work, and work of a miscellaneous description, are turned out, various minor machines, for perforating, eyeletting, scoring, numbering, ..."
2. Annual Conference Proceedings of the American Library Association by American Library Association. Conference, American Library Association (1889)
"This plan works well, except that the eyeletting is far too thick, making the bulk too great. Some protection for the slots is probably necessary, ..."
3. Publications of the Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men by Institute for the Crippled and Disabled (1918)
"eyeletting. Is done by an automatic machine which perforates holes in metal. ... Similar to eyeletting. Seated work for one-armed man. 20. ..."
4. Annual Report of the Minimum Wage Commission of Massachusetts by Minimum Wage Commission, Massachusetts, Herman La Rue Brown, Robert Edgar Bisbee, Edwin N. Bartlett, Charles Frederick Dutch (1914)
"eyeletting and Hook-punching. — These are the two processes for which a ... Most eyeletting machines make only one row at a time; those which make both rows ..."