Definition of Treadlers
1. treadler [n] - See also: treadler
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Literary usage of Treadlers
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1. Nervous and Mental Diseases by Archibald Church, Frederick Peterson (1919)
"Artists, flower-makers, turners, watchmakers, knitters, engravers, masons in using the trowel, sailors from pulling on ropes, treadlers, ..."
2. The Case for the Shorter Work Day. Franklin O. Bunting, Plaintiff in Error by Felix Frankfurter, Josephine Clara Goldmark, Louis Dembitz Brandeis (1915)
"Artists, flower-makers, turners, watchmakers, knitters, engravers, masons in using the trowel, sailors from pulling on ropes, treadlers, compositors, ..."
3. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciencesedited by [Anonymus AC02809657] edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1892)
"The affection was relieved by bromide. Rivers ^^ reports a case of treadlers' cramp in a weaver who worked the treadle chiefly with his right leg. ..."
4. A System of Physiologic Therapeutics: A Practical Exposition of the Methods by Solomon Solis-Cohen (1903)
"A similar condition of the lower extremity may occur in sewing-machine operatives, organists, turners, treadlers, dancers, and athletes. ..."
5. Diagnostic Therapeutics: A Guide for Practitioners in Diagnosis by Aid of by Albert Abrams (1910)
"A similar condition follows employment of the lower extremities among dancers, organists, treadlers, sewing-machine operatives, etc. ..."
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