Definition of Palleting
1. pallet [v] - See also: pallet
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Literary usage of Palleting
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1. On the Stowage of Ships and Their Cargoes: With Information Regarding by Robert White Stevens (1871)
"palleting. A slight platform made above the bottom of the magazine, to keep the powder from moisture. PABT.NEBS. A framework of short timber fitted to the ..."
2. A Naval Encyclopædia: Comprising a Dictionary of Nautical Words and Phrases (1880)
"A promontory on the coast received his name. Pallet. A ballast-locker formerly used to give room in the hold for other stowage. palleting. ..."
3. The Building of a Wooden Ship by Charles Gerard Davis, Thomas William Clarke, Frank Steel Drown (1918)
"palleting—a light platform or grating built above the bottom of the magazine or storage apartment for ammunition, to give ventilation and keep the ..."
4. Wooden Shipbuilding: A Comprehensive Manual for Wooden Shipbuilders, to edited by William John Thompson (1918)
"... palleting.— A slight platform made above the bottom of the magazine in battle ships, to keep the powder from absorbing moisture. Falls. ..."
5. A Treatise on Naval Architecture and Ship-building: Or, An Exposition of the by Richard Worsam Meade (1869)
"palleting.—A slight platform, made above the bottom of the magazine, to keep the powder-tanks from moisture. falls.—Stout pieces of iron, so placed near a ..."