Definition of Redipped
1. redip [v] - See also: redip
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Literary usage of Redipped
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Playground Technique and Playcraft by Arthur Leland, Lorna Highbee Leland (1909)
"SHEET METAL WORK: Lay all valleys with 15" galvanized iron and furnish all necessary flashing of redipped stamped tin. Put galvanized iron gutters on all ..."
2. Science and Industry (1899)
"If, however, redipped means dipping a second time, and does not really say whether the second dip is made in melted tin, or tallow, ..."
3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Mines (1913)
"Cartridge had been redipped. Apparent specific gravity of cartridge by sand, 1.28. Color of explosive, yellow. Consistency, powdered, very fine, dry, ..."
4. Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of California by California Supreme Court, Bancroft-Whitney Company, California, Supreme Court (1906)
"... the market value of good, merchantable prunes, and the value of plaintiff's prunes at the time they had been redipped and- not at the time of sale. ..."
5. Native Writings in Massachusett by Ives Goddard, Kathleen Joan Bragdon (1988)
"2 Pen apparently redipped for second _1_, which is more fully inked. 2.1 [..] : rubbed area; perhaps two or three letters. ..."
6. Painters' Colours, Oils, and Varnishes: A Practical Manual by George Henry Hurst (1892)
"... by this means a coat of verdigris is formed on the plates, which is scraped off and placed on one side; the plates are redipped and again dried, ..."
7. Catalogue of the Annual Architectural Exhibition, 1899-1900 by T Square Club (Philadelphia, Pa.) (1905)
"... Genuine Charcoal Iron redipped BRAND ROOFING TIN is the only roofing tin made to-day that is guaranteed to wear for any length ..."