Definition of Leadworks
1. leadwork [n] - See also: leadwork
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leadworks
Literary usage of Leadworks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British and Foreign Medical Review Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1840)
"The general result •s that all those parts of the various leadworks and manufactories in which lead is employed, where the particles of metal are diffused ..."
2. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1899)
"FIRE AT A CHESTER leadworks.—An alarming fire occurred shortly before eight ... About 300 people arc employed at the leadworks, and a third of these will be ..."
3. The Mining Engineer (1902)
"St. Cuthbert's leadworks, 486. Jericho, Victoria, auriferous-deposits, 461. ... JONES, —, St. Cuthbert's leadworks, 527. JUNKS, JA, development and working ..."
4. Journal by United States Congress Senate, United States, Congress (1905)
"... and I would suggest Steam Mill Street, opposite Dee Lane, as being the Bars or Boughton end of " Chester Lane," crossing the canal into leadworks Lane, ..."
5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"... in the destruction of railway and turnpike bridges, railway stations and warehouses, ironworks, woolen mills, leadworks and army supplies of all kinds ..."
6. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, Leonard Pearson (1903)
"If it occurs near leadworks, great care must be given to the supply of uncontaminated fodder, etc. UREMIA. Uremic poisoning may affect the brain in ..."