Definition of Interworks

1. interwork [v] - See also: interwork



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interworks

interweaving
interweavingly
interweb
interwebs
interwebz
interwiki
interwikied
interwikiing
interwikis
interwind
interword
interwork
interworked
interworking
interworkings
interworks (current term)
interworld
interworlds
interwove
interwoven
interwovenness
interwreathe
interwreathed
interwreathes
interwreathing
interzine
interzonal
interzonal mesenchyme
interzone
interzoo

Literary usage of Interworks

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Supplemental Digest of Decisions Under the Interstate Commerce Act by Herbert Confield Lust (1915)
"The SBRR performs interchange switching with the trunk lines, and practically all the interworks switching over the tracks of the steel company, ..."

2. Single-phase Electric Railways by Edwin Austin (1915)
"Upon completion each locomotive underwent a thorough test on the interworks Railway at East Pittsburg. By means of a dynamometer the draw-bar pull exerted ..."

3. Annual Report by New Jersey Civil Service Commission (1910)
"71908 figures exclude interworks freight handled for Osborne Works, International Harvester Co.; there are no figures reported for 1909. ..."

4. Materials of Corporation Finance by Charles William Gerstenberg (1915)
"... sixty per cent, of the capital stock of the interworks Railway Company, owning and operating a line of railway between East Pittsburg and Trafford City. ..."

5. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"... our object is to speak of the tendency there is to believe that something, called supernatural, interworks with the ordinary course of nature. ..."

6. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"... our object is to speak of the tendency there is to believe that something, called supernatural, interworks with the ordinary course of nature. ..."

7. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"... our object is to speak of the tendency there is to believe that something, called supernatural, interworks with the ordinary course of nature. ..."

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