Definition of Bankings
1. banking [n] - See also: banking
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bankings
Literary usage of Bankings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Horological Journal: The Special Organ of the British Horological Institute by British Horological Federation, British Horological Institute (1860)
"Chronometers and duplex watches are generally constructed without bankings, and in this condition, if subjected to any circular motion in the plane of the ..."
2. The Watch & Clock Makers' Handbook, Dictionary and Guide by Frederick James Britten (1896)
"7. Mr. JF Cole devised a resilient es- Fig. 7. Spring bankings. ... Another objection to spring bankings is claims to have overcome this tendency to set by ..."
3. An Analysis of the Lever Escapement: A Lecture Delivered Before the Canadian by R. H. Playtner (1895)
"The bankings should be as far removed from the pallet center as possible, as the further away they are pitched the less run we require, according to angular ..."
4. American Watchmaker and Jeweler: An Encyclopedia for the Horologist, Jeweler by George Henry Abbott Hazlitt (1898)
"The bankings should be as far removed from the pallet ing pallet, but the fork At a we have i° of run, while if ° of run, but still the same freedom for ..."
5. Memoir of De Witt Clinton: With an Appendix, Containing Numerous Documents by David Hosack (1829)
"The surface of the reservoirs to the latter is over the proportion of distance to the former ; so are the aqueduct bridges and bankings also. ..."
6. Transactions of the Society, Instituted at London, for the Encouragement of by Society of Arts (Great Britain, Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1825)
"I have finished such watches, and am convinced chronometers might be made with bankings in less time. Chronometers are dearer, because as they are useless ..."