### Definition of Spacings

1. Noun. (plural of spacing) ¹

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### Literary usage of Spacings

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1. Inequalities in Statistics and Probability: Proceedings of the Symposium on by Yung Liang Tong (1984)
"In this paper we study the spacings constructed from not necessarily iid random ... We introduce models for which two sets of spacings, constructed from two ..."

2. An Introduction to Statistical Methods: A Textbook for College Students, a by Horace Secrist (1917)
"The Rulings and spacings for Major and Minor Headings. The amount of space assigned to major and minor headings should be in proportion to their respective ..."

3. Dielectric Phenomena in High Voltage Engineering by Frank William Peek (1920)
"ent spacings. Refer to Fig. 56 (0.163-cm. wire 30 cm. from neutral plane). When m = 0, ev = 31.5 eff. As the spacing m was increased, ev increased to ..."

4. Dielectric Phenomena in High Voltage Engineering by Frank William Peek (1915)
"ent spacings. Refer to Fig. 56 (0.163-cm. wire 30 cm. from neutral plane). When m = 0, e, = 31.5 eff. As the spacing m was increased, et increased to a ..."

5. Elements of Mechanical Drawing: Their Application and a Course in Mechanical by Alpha Pierce Jamison (1904)
"Combinations and spacings.—As has been stated, to make printing "stand out" and be easily read, it is first necessary to make the words compact; second, ..."

6. Elements of Mechanical Drawing: Their Application and a Course in Mechanical by Alpha Pierce Jamison (1904)
"Combinations and spacings.—As has been stated, to make printing "stand out" and be easily read, it is first necessary to make the words compact; second, ..."

7. Time Series and Related Topics by Ching-Zong Wei, Hwai-Chung Ho, Ching-Kang Ing, Tze Leung Lai (2006)
"As a by product, the Moran's statistic, a function of product of spacings, can be treated as a test statistics for model checking. ..."