Definition of Reproofed
1. reproof [v] - See also: reproof
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Literary usage of Reproofed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute (1905)
"Best barrels seldom burst at proof, but they are more often bulged, in which case the bulges are knocked down by the maker and the barrel reproofed until ..."
2. American Architect and Building News (1903)
"Wireless Automatic Fire-alarms. — The Real Khartoum. — An Architect fails to " locate " a Trustee. . . 67 DEATH BY WATER-GAS 59 Fl reproofed WOOD AS A ..."
3. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1906)
"... as this permits floor. eight it will also be necessary bsts would take up too much or are to be fi reproofed, the or a cast iron post. Fig. ..."
4. United States Compiled Statutes, Annotated, 1916: Embracing the Statutes of by United States, John Allan Mallory (1917)
"... subject to an ad valorem duty of 35 per cent. U. 8. т. Windmuller (С. С. 1890) 42 Fed. 292. 6. Lumber «reproofed.—Lumber which has been subjected to a ..."
5. The Standard Formulary by Albert Ethelbert Ebert, A. Emil Hiss (1897)
"... it should not be that the articles " fi reproofed " burn ; the preparation will sim- e rapid progress of the fire so as its easy and rapid extinction, ..."
6. Records of the Colony and Plantation of New-Haven, from 1638 to 1649 by New Haven (Colony), New Haven (Conn.), Charles Jeremy Hoadly (1857)
"... that he spake words to that purpose, for wch he was reproofed, but saith that they was first ..."