Definition of Rodded
1. rod [v] - See also: rod
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Literary usage of Rodded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Topographical Surveying: Including Geographic, Exploratory, and Military by Herbert Michael Wilson (1900)
"Sequence in Simultaneous Double-rodded Leveling. ... The idea of any form of duplicate or simultaneous rodded leveling is that checks shall be had on ..."
2. Agricultural Meteorology: The Effect of Weather on Crops by John Warren Smith (1920)
"... inquiry of the local Mutual Fire Insurance Companies regarding losses on rodded and ... rodded ..."
3. Manual of Surveying for Field and Office by Raymond Earl Davis (1915)
"DIFFERENTIAL LEVELS — DOUBLE-rodded LINE Object. — To run a line of levels with two sets of turning- points in such ..."
4. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1914)
"01 to 1910 reports were received of 599 buildings struck by lightning, 317 or 53.0 per cent, being burned. Amongst the 599, only 18 were rodded and of these ..."
5. Engineering Series Bulletin (1910)
"On the other hand, one reads occasionally of a rodded building being struck ... If rodded buildings are sometimes struck while thousands with no rods escape ..."