Definition of Trackages

1. trackage [n] - See also: trackage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trackages

track cyclists
track down
track event
track lighting
track marks
track meet
track pants
track record
track spike
track stand
track stands
track star
track with
trackable
trackage
trackages (current term)
trackbacks
trackball
trackbar
trackbars
trackbed
trackbeds
tracked
tracked down
tracked vehicle
trackee
trackees
tracker
tracker mortgage

Literary usage of Trackages

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Letter, Addressed to the Proprietors and Managers of Canals and Navigable by Thomas Grahame (1825)
"On the canal abovementioned, the sum total of the annual expense for trackages, on the lowest calculation, amounts to nearly fifty per cent. of the tonnage ..."

2. The Kentucky Law Reporter by Kentucky Court of Appeals (1905)
"D , и »№'• lant's Käst Bernstadt office trackages of both whisky and brandy,№\{*4 to persons of that community. In view of the foregoing facts it I*«** ..."

3. Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive by United States Congress. Senate (1871)
"... 1 iu case of any material discrepancy between the contents of such trackages or any of them, and the description as stated iu the entry "orm A) and ..."

4. Proposed New Railway System for the Transportation and Distribution of by William John Wilgus, Amsterdam corporation, New York (1908)
"In general this plan contemplates the utmost utilization for commercial purposes of such trackages as may be allowed south of Seventy-second street and the ..."

5. Decisions of the Comptroller of the Treasury by Comptroller of the Treasury, United States, Robert Bonner Bowler, Robert John Tracewell, George E. Downey, Walter Winter Warwick (1902)
"... not apply alone to the bridge, but to extensive terminals, trackages, and depot facilities, of which the bridges proper form but an insignificant part. ..."

6. Report (1908)
"In general this plan contemplates the utmost utilization for commercial purposes of such trackages as may be allowed south of Seventy-second street and the ..."

7. Journal by California Legislature (1893)
"$535 to Boston, $549 40 per carload, freight tram service Shoud passenger service or expedited trains be used the charge would be con- trackages of fruit, ..."

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