Definition of Squadroning
1. squadron [v] - See also: squadron
Lexicographical Neighbors of Squadroning
Literary usage of Squadroning
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"Who was the originator of this curious scheme is not manifest, but it was fortunate that ' the squadroning of the fleet set down by the two Generals at ..."
2. The Evolution of the Massachusetts Public School System: A Historical Sketch by George Henry Martin (1894)
"We saw that later, in many towns, lines were drawn squadroning out the territory; and to the people within these lines their share of the school money was ..."
3. Recent Centralizing Tendencies in State Educational Administration by William Clarence Webster (1896)
"This process was often called in military fashion "squadroning out the schools." By a gradual transition small school-houses were ..."
4. The Rise of the High School in Massachusetts by Alexander James Inglis (1911)
"During the eighteenth century there developed through the " moving school " and the practice of " squadroning " a division of towns for elementary school ..."
5. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1862)
"He was now a tout-general in the naval service, and was => pointed to the command of a squadroning to capture off the Azores an English mtrd£ fleet heavily ..."
6. The History of Westborough, Massachusetts by Heman Packard De Forest, Edward Craig Bates, Westborough (Mass.) (1891)
"Inasmuch as the report of the squadroning committee of 1789 contains a complete list of the families in town at the time, as well as the situation of the ..."
7. History of the Town of Hubbardston, Worcester County, Mass.: From the Time by John Murdock Stowe, William Bennett (1881)
"The squadroning process, referred to above, was simply assigning places where the children of different families should attend school. ..."