Definition of Cornicing
1. cornice [v] - See also: cornice
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cornicing
Literary usage of Cornicing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Industrial Education by United States Bureau of Labor, Charles Henry Winslow, Jesse C. Bowen (1911)
"Putting on of the various coats, and simple cornicing. Second term.— More elaborate cornicing. Third term.—Completion of course in cornicing. PLASTERING. ..."
2. Special Bulletin by New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1901)
"For cornicing and finishing tops of rooms in tenement houses, the time for each room, with four angle and two break mitres, done with a common mould, ..."
3. The Charm of the Antique by Robert Shackleton, Mrs. Elizabeth Fleming Shackleton (1914)
"Another thing which, like panelling, went out of fashion but is now coming into its own again, is cornicing, and, like panelling, cornicing serves admirably ..."
4. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Laborby New York (State). Dept. of Labor by New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1906)
"mould is about ten inches in projection, the time for cornicing such a room, ... Coving in above class of buildings to come under the head of cornicing. ..."