Definition of Strickles
1. strickle [v] - See also: strickle
Lexicographical Neighbors of Strickles
Literary usage of Strickles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pattern Making: A Practical Treatise Embracing the Main Types of Engineering by Joseph Gregory Horner (1902)
"Turning Quick Bends in the Lathe.—Working Flat Bends.—Dovetailing Bends.—S'P'P08-—Striking up in Loam.—Guide-line.—Guide-iron. —strickles.—Sockets. ..."
2. Pattern Making: A Practical Treatise Embracing the Main Types of Engineering by Joseph Gregory Horner (1885)
"—strickles.—Sockets.—Pipes of Irregular Shape. COMMON pattern bends of uniform section can be very conveniently turned in the lathe if we want two bends of ..."
3. Patternmaking: A Treatise on the Construction and Application of Patterns by Joseph Atkinson Shelly (1920)
"(C and D) strickles used with Skeleton ... The ribs conform to the outline of the casting and represent a section of Jt. The strickles C and D are used to ..."
4. General Foundry Practice by Andrew McWilliam, Percy Longmuir (1907)
"Obviously, this confines the method to circular or semicircular castings, but any geometrical figure may be swept up by travelling strickles over guides cut ..."
5. General Foundry Practice by Andrew McWilliam, Percy Longmuir (1907)
"Other equally important essentials are the provision of drawings giving a clear conception of the casting to be made, strickles, pattern bosses, ..."
6. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"strickles, s. (i) the hone generally fastened to the scythe for sharpening purposes. ... "The strickles, is a thing that goes along with the Measure, ..."
7. Register by University of California, Berkeley, California, University (1917)
"Diatonic Harmony and Elementary Composition, I. (2) Mr. strickles. 4s. Diatonic Harmony and Elementary ... (2) Mr. strickles. Performance 86A. Musicianship. ..."