Definition of Onlays
1. onlay [n] - See also: onlay
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Literary usage of Onlays
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review & Recommended Public Health Service ...edited by James S. Benson edited by James S. Benson (1999)
"The decision to restore with inlays, onlays, crowns, and/or bridges ... Therefore, onlays or crowns that cover and protect the cusps are the recommended ..."
2. Adventure Guide to Costa Rica by Bruce Conord (2005)
"... and General Dentistry Implants Mercury free dentistry Orthodontics Nitrous oxide sedation Laser bleaching Porcelain inlays/onlays 100% porcelain bridges ..."
3. Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, of the Reign of Henry VIII by Great Britain Public Record Office, John Sherren Brewer, Robert Henry Brodie, James Gairdner (1905)
"(8) The Princes shall promise to accomplish what these commissioners shall determine. (4) The commissioners shall assemble on 1 May next at onlays or Marke ..."
4. Colour: An Elementary Manual for Students by Arthur Herbert Church (1897)
"... a black film of the magnetic oxide, which forms an admirable background for their silver onlays and at the same time protects the metal from rusting. ..."
5. Ornament & Its Application: A Book for Students, Treating in a Practical Way by Lewis Foreman Day (1904)
"... in stained glass—Fine wire in cloisonne Tooled outline to separate onlays of leather—Couched cord to edge applique embroidery Outline detaches ornament ..."
6. Ornament & Its Application: A Book for Students, Treating in a Practical Way by Lewis Foreman Day (1904)
"... in stained glass—Fine wire in cloisonne—Tooled outline to separate onlays of leather—Couched cord to edge applique embroidery—Outline detaches ornament ..."