Definition of Parpend
1. parpen [n -S] - See also: parpen
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Literary usage of Parpend
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Builders' Reliable Estimator and Contractors' Guide: A Complete Guide for by Frederick Thomas Hodgson (1917)
"... per estimate 27 polished moulded Arbroath steps, each 4'-6" long, per estimate 10" polished parpend dados of shop windows, 6 each 3-OX1-6= 10" polished ..."
2. The Origin of the English Drama: Illustrated in Its Various Species, Viz by Thomas Hawkins (1773)
"My queen, parpend, what I pronounce I wil not violate ; But one thing which my hart makes glad, • I minde to explicate : You knowe, in court up trained is a ..."
3. Streets and Highways in Foreign Countries: Reports from the Consuls of the by United States Bureau of Foreign Commerce, United States, Bureau of Foreign Commerce (1891)
"... the sides and ends perfectly straight, parallel and square off the surface, and the bed parpend with the same. The stones to be 10, 12, 13, 14, ..."