Definition of Resittings
1. resitting [n] - See also: resitting
Lexicographical Neighbors of Resittings
Literary usage of Resittings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1913)
"Cleanliness and order, tact, courtesy, cheer- fullness, however trying things may be; a thorough grasp of all the details of the business; resittings, ..."
2. Camera (1907)
"Just through ignorance of some little requirement they have to make so many resittings and ruin their reputation and trade. It is a great pleasure to us to ..."
3. The American Amateur Photographer (1902)
"It is to be hoped for their sakes that they neither give resittings nor different positions from which to choose. ..."
4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1909)
"... and no charge for resittings," is prepared to give, "for one week only, a Vienna Panel Portrait, suitable for framing, or half a dozen photos free with ..."
5. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1904)
"Labor and expense were considerable, resittings did not diminish, neither did the orders increase. There are many little personalities of dress, hair, ..."
6. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1917)
"... then of all resittings, also the income from duplicate orders, and enlargements and frames, and any other department that yields a revenue. ..."
7. Library of Amateur Photography (1911)
"... resittings cannot only be saved, but also a large amount of retouching and etching eliminated. Urge all subjects to dress their hair in the regular way; ..."
8. Words and Sentences by Harry Stuart Vedder Jones (1919)
"9. My brother with two or three of his college friends are coming home for the Christmas vacation. 10. An extra charge will be made for resittings when a ..."