Definition of Stemple

1. n. A crossbar of wood in a shaft, serving as a step.



Definition of Stemple

1. stempel [n -S] - See also: stempel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stemple

stemmeries
stemmers
stemmery
stemmes
stemmier
stemmiest
stemminess
stemming
stemming algorithm
stemmings
stemmy
stemness
stempel
stempels
stempeutics
stemple (current term)
stemples
stemplot
stemplots
stems
stems-and-leaves
stems and leaves
stemson
stemsons
stemware
stemwares
stemwinder
stemwinders
sten
stench

Literary usage of Stemple

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1. Chemical Patents and Allied Patent Problems by Edward Thomas (1917)
"G. 1048; Ex parte stemple, 197 О. G. 997; Compare Mosler v. Mosler, 127 US 354. Compare Goodyear v. Wait, 3 Fish. 242. But the validity of a patent is not ..."

2. Reports of Cases in Law and Equity Determined in the Supreme Court of the by Iowa Supreme Court, George Greene (1870)
"On the 23d day of October, 1849, stemple died intestate, leaving a number of ... Herman stemple, one of his said children, residing in Lee county, Iowa, ..."

3. Design, Operation and Training Manual for an Intensive Culture Shrimp Hatchery by Granvil D. Treece, Joe M. Fox (1999)
"Artemia in 0.1 ml = (H) HX 10= (# Artemia in 1 ml) Hensen-stemple Pipet Interchangable Rubber "O" Rings Trap either 1 ml, 2 mis, 5 mis or 10 ml sample at ..."

4. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1920)
"[1,2] The court properly submitted to the Jury the controverted question whether the contract, which was made by stemple, for the plaintiffs, with Stokes, ..."

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