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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moorlog
Literary usage of Moorlog
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tracts on Mathematical and Philosophical Subjects: Comprising Among Numerous by Charles Hutton (1812)
"... being moorlog and soft mud to a considerable depth. Indeed I should fear that something of the kind of what happened at Staines would be likely to take ..."
2. An Account of the Stopping of Daggenham Breach: With the Accidents that Have by John Perry (1721)
"... on the Sides of the Breach tearing the fame wider like a new Canal, made them greatly complain of moorlog, and Quick-land, faying, that they could ..."
3. Stifford and Its Neighbourhood, Past and Present. Printed for Private by William Palin (1871)
"This moorlog, or vein of buried wood, lies three or four feet under the surface, and is about ten feet in depth. It contains yew-trees fourteen or sixteen ..."
4. Repertorium op Brinkman's Catalogus (1882)
"59 Sebastopol, Zie К ri moorlog. Sedan. Laurillard (E.), Een locht naar Sedan (Alg. Biblioth. 33). ..."