Definition of Traversers
1. traverser [n] - See also: traverser
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Traversers
Literary usage of Traversers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hydraulic Power and Hydraulic Machinery by Henry Robinson (1893)
"HYDRAULIC Traversers. The transference of railway trucks or carriages from one line of rails to another is rapidly effected by traversers worked by ..."
2. A Report of the Trial of James Forbes, William Graham, George Graham, Mathew by James Forbes, Richard Wilson Greene (1823)
"The Court declared their opinion, that the Crown had a right to have the Traversers tried on both informations. The original pannel was then called over. ..."
3. History of the Irish People by William Anderson O'Connor (1887)
"The counsel for the traversers—a term applied to the accused gentlemen after they ... The traversers' counsel objected to the jury list on the ground that ..."
4. Patents for Inventions: Abridgments of Specifications Relating to Railways by Great Britain Patent Office, Patent Office, Great Britain (1868)
"Seventhly, supporting the flanged guide rollers of railway " traversers in levers or in bearings acted upon by springs or in " sliding bearings, ..."
5. American State Trials: A Collection of the Important and Interesting by John Davison Lawson, Robert Lorenzo Howard (1916)
"... in the indictment and you can say either guilty or not guilty, as to each of the traversers. I thank you, gentlemen, for your interest and attention. ..."
6. Shaw's Authenticated Report of the Irish State Trials, 1844 by Daniel O'Connell, Ireland Court of King's Bench (1844)
"The jury and traversers having answered to their names, Mr. Moore, QC, immediately rose, and said that, as counsel for'the which was ..."