Definition of Stationing

1. Verb. (present participle of station) ¹



2. Noun. the putting in a place to perform military duty ¹

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Definition of Stationing

1. station [v] - See also: station

Lexicographical Neighbors of Stationing

stationary phase
stationary phases
stationary point
stationary stochastic process
stationary wave
stationary waves
stationed
stationer
stationer's
stationeries
stationers
stationery
stationery seller
stationhouse
stationhouses
stationing
stationings
stationkeeping
stationless
stationlike
stationmaster
stationmasters
stations
stationward
statism
statisms
statist
statistic
statistical
statistical analysis

Literary usage of Stationing

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

1. Railway Right-of-way Surveying by Albert Irvin Frye (1904)
"The assumed stationing is obtained by intersecting the assumed center line (by chord connection) with the adjusted center line of the previous tangent, ..."

2. Railway Right-of-way Surveying by Albert Irvin Frye (1904)
"The assumed stationing is obtained by intersecting the assumed center line (by chord connection) with the adjusted center line of the previous tangent, ..."

3. Greek Lessons Adapted to Goodwin's Greek Grammar: And Intended as an by Robert Fowler Leighton (1872)
"Let us be stationing (for ourselves). 5. You are stationing (for yourselves). 6. Thou art stationing. 7. They are stationing. 8. ..."

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