Definition of Meshings
1. meshing [n] - See also: meshing
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Literary usage of Meshings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1904)
"The tangled meshings, grey and bright, She draws them from her ceaseless loom, She weaves them up into the light, She weaves them down into the gloom. ..."
2. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1857)
"... or meshings flowers of gold." These were used by the king and his companions in their maskings. Blue cloaks were worn by apprentices. ..."
3. Power Plant Testing: A Manual of Testing Engines, Turbines, Boilers, Pumps by James Ambrose Moyer (1913)
"... with approximately these meshings are known as Nos. 50, 80, and 100; that is, they have this number of meshes to the linear inch. ..."
4. Poems of the Dance by Edward Robert Dickson (1921)
"Lewis Worthington Smith [1866-] A riot of co'ors, the orient splendor of dawn, The grace of a face round and sweet in its meshings of lace Where pearly and ..."
5. Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Construction by Homer Austin Reid (1907)
"These various systems of flexible wire meshings may be applied to thin slabs in the same manner as the Monier trellis, but it is hardly rational to consider ..."
6. The House and Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall, in the by Shuttleworth family, John Harland (1857)
"... or meshings flowers of gold." These were used by the king and his companions in their maskings. ..."
7. Modern Gasworks Practice by Alwyne Meade (1916)
"Another very cheap method of construction is that which introduces patent metal meshings, such as expanded metal or < ..."
8. Cyclopedia of Engineering: A General Reference Work on Steam Boilers, Pumps edited by Louis Derr (1909)
"... resulting gear meshings. Fig. 102 shows the sliding-gear set of the Franklin car. The cut shows the position of the gears for direct drive, ..."