Definition of Raggings

1. ragging [n] - See also: ragging



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raggings

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raggings (current term)
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Literary usage of Raggings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Text Book of Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards, Earl Smith Bardwell, Edwin G. Goodwin (1909)
"From (6); deliver discharges, as " raggings," to (28); 25.80 tons of hutch products running 1.82% in copper representing a loss of 0.79%, and 23336 gallons ..."

2. Economic Mining: A Practical Handbook for the Miner, the Metallurgist and by Charles George Warnford Lock (1895)
"The raggings, containing 12-20 per cent, lead, which are skimmed from the ... Of the remaining 200 tons, 74 tons are mineral and raggings, and 20 tons ..."

3. Economic Mining: A Practical Handbook for the Miner, the Metallurgist and by Charles George Warnford Lock (1895)
"The raggings, containing 12-20 per cent, lead, which are skimmed from the ... Of the remaining 200 tons, 74 tons are mineral and raggings, and 20 tons ..."

4. Mineral Exhibit of the Province of Ontario: Descriptive Catalogue by Ontario Dept. of Crown Lands, David Boyle (1893)
"1108 raggings from Copper Cliff Mine, being the second screenings in the crushing ... 1111 raggings from the Evans Mine. 1112 Fines from the Evans Mine. ..."

5. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1889)
"The three-sieve Hartz jigs used as finishing-jigs, as well as for the treatment of the crushed raggings, are of the ordinary side-piston type, ..."

6. Handbook of Metallurgy by Carl Schnabel (1898)
"The coarsest ore is first dumped on the bed, then the smaller sizes (raggings), and finally the fines. In the above figures, c is the coarse ore, ..."

7. Handbook of Metallurgy by Carl Schnabel (1905)
"The coarsest ore is first dumped on the bed, then the smaller sizes (raggings), and finally the fines. In the above figures, c is the coarse ore, ..."

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