Definition of Spaings
1. spaing [n] - See also: spaing
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spaings
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Literary usage of Spaings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The School of Mines Quarterlyby Columbia University School of Chemistry by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1898)
"Professor of Metallurgy and Assaying, Colorado College, Colorado spaings, Colo. Strout, William Allen, Ph. B., 1891. 366 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn, ..."
2. The Virginias, a Mining, Industrial & Scientific Journal, Devoted to the by Jedediah Hotchkiss (1883)
"... elevated to daylight in the "oil break" at Burning spaings and other localities along that line only a few miles from the mouth of the Little Kanawha. ..."
3. Union Pacific Employes' Magazine by Union Pacific Railway Company, J. N. Corbin (1886)
"I There is talk of the Union Pacific railroad company dispensing with Chinese labor at Rock spaings. The Chicago police, on Friday night, the 14, ..."
4. Annual Report of the American Historical Association by American Historical Association, Smithsonian Institution Press (1897)
"... as my vessel was then riding under a spaings register the present of a Spaing register from the hands of the Baron de ..."