Definition of Heders
1. heder [n] - See also: heder
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Literary usage of Heders
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1. History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, from the Earliest Times Until the by Simon Dubnow (1918)
"But all these regulations proved of no avail, and in 1859 a new ukase became necessary, which loosened the official grip over the heders, but made it at the ..."
2. Decimal Classification and Relative Index for Libraries and Personal Use: In ...by Melvil Dewey by Melvil Dewey (1922)
"... forks and carriers .354 Reapers x Self binders 2 Harvester Combined harvester and thresher 3 heders Clover heders •355 Corn harvesters 1 Corn shockers 2 ..."
3. Decimal Classification and Relativ Index for Libraries, Clippings, Notes, Etc by Melvil Dewey (1919)
"... carriers .354 Reapers 1 Self binders 2 Harvester Combined harvester and thresher 3 heders Clover heders .355 Corn harvesters 1 Corn shockers 2 Stubble ..."
4. Operative Masonry: Or, A Theoretical and Practical Treatise of Building by Edward Shaw (1832)
"Courses brick, or the stretchers, are laid lengthwise ; and across the stretchers, or at right angles with them, are laid other courses, or heders, ..."
5. Dictionary of national biography by Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee (1892)
"... a Prologue to the heders.' A copy of this very rare tract, consisting of sixteen leaves in black letter, belonged to Heber. The ' Ballet ' ends ' Finis, ..."