Definition of Squarings
1. squaring [n] - See also: squaring
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Literary usage of Squarings
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1. Directions for Laying Off Ships on the Mouldloft Floor: With Some by John Fincham (1840)
"To end the level lines forward, square down where they intersect the middle and after edge of the rabbet in the sheer plan, and set off on these squarings ..."
2. The Laws of Fésole: A Familiar Treatise on the Elementary Principles and by John Ruskin (1886)
"To represent these roundings, squarings, and flattenings completely, with all the tints of brown and gray involved in them, ..."
3. The Laws of Fésole: A Familiar Treatise on the Elementary Principles and by John Ruskin (1879)
"... To represent these roundings, squarings, and flattening* completely, with all the tints of brown and grey involved in them, ..."
4. The New Evangelism, and Other Addresses by Henry Drummond (1899)
"What moves an attentive mind in a sermon is its residual truth, not the complementary passages, not the squarings with other doctrines, but that truth on ..."
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