Definition of Call-board
1. Noun. A bulletin board backstage in a theater.
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Literary usage of Call-board
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Marketing of Farm Products by Louis Dwight Harvell Weld (1916)
"Both the committee system and the call- board method also appear to be in use in other cheese boards in New York state.1 Quotations Issued by Wholesalers ..."
2. A B C of the Telephone: A Practical and Useful Treatise for Students and by James Edward Homans (1901)
"The insertion of the plug in the jack of the calling subscriber continues his line from the call board to the order board, where the proper signal is ..."
3. Agricultural Economics: A Selection of Materials in which Economic by Edwin Griswold Nourse (1916)
"This "call board" is intended to bring open competition on the cheese market, and its use became general between 1896 and 1900. Unfortunately, less than 10 ..."
4. California Unreported Cases: Being Those Decisions Determined in the Supreme by California Supreme Court, Peter V. Ross, California District Courts of Appeal (1913)
"Was there any reference had in the conversation between these parties to what was known as the -Call Board Contract'? Q. Was anything said about the ..."
5. California Unreported Cases: Being Those Decisions Determined in the Supreme by California Supreme Court, Peter V. Ross, California District Courts of Appeal (1913)
"FJ Bonney, a witness for the defendant, testified that he was a farmer, and was a member of the Produce Exchange and Call Board on or about July 15, 1887, ..."
6. History of Philadelphia, 1609-1884 by John Thomas Scharf, Thompson Westcott (1884)
"When located at the corner of Arch and Front Streets an attempt was made to institute a call board, but without success, and the rooms were used simply as a ..."
7. Annual Report of the Trade and Commerce of Chicago by Chicago Board of Trade (1884)
"It is well known to the members of this Board, that a large amount of our trading is being done on the Call Board, an institution entirely independent of ..."