Definition of Jolleys
1. jolley [n] - See also: jolley
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Literary usage of Jolleys
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Clayworker's Hand-book: A Manual for All Engaged in the Manufacture of by Alfred Broadhead Searle (1906)
"It is essential that the splicing of the ends should be most carefully effected, so that no jerk is produced in the jolleys, and breakages will be ..."
2. Treatise on Ceramic Industries: A Complete Manual for Pottery, Tile and by Emile Bourry, Wilton P. Rix (1901)
"jolleys consist of a vertical shaft, similar to potter's wheels, which can be used for ... The heads of jolleys are arranged so as to receive the moulds, ..."
3. History of Harford County, Maryland, from 1608 (the Year of Smith's by Walter Wilkes Preston (1901)
"William Webb, John Patrick, and John jolleys. The Committee purchases of Doctr. Hall a draw bow Gun for £5.0.0. and an order given him on Mr. Aquila Hall ..."
4. Silica and the Silicates by James Aloysius Audley (1921)
"jolleys (or plate machines) are special machines for making plates, saucers, bowls, etc., a different tool being used for each different size and shape. ..."