Casings


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Ca´sings


n. pl.1.Dried dung of cattle used as fuel.
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Some little display in architecture had been made in constructing these frames and casings, which were surmounted with pediments, that bore each a little pedestal in its centre; on these pedestals were small busts in blacked plaster-of-Paris.
The upright white hewn studs and freshly planed door and window casings gave it a clean and airy look, especially in the morning, when its timbers were saturated with dew, so that I fancied that by noon some sweet gum would exude from them.
Although he was capable of expressing the highest feeling, a casing of timidity destroyed all the graces of his youth, just as the ice of poverty kept him from daring to put forth all his powers.
The bullet striking the wooden casing of the window exploded, blowing a hole completely through the wood and masonry.
Straightway he began taking out the screws, and finally lifted off the lid, showing the casing of lead beneath.
Two bunches of bananas hung from the beam symmetrically, one on each side of the rudder casing.
He had great moments, beautiful and noble thoughts, generous aspirations, and a heart wide and warm enough for the whole race, but he had no bounds, no shape; he was as liberal as the casing air, but he was often as vague and intangible.
Two large stern cabins opened out of it, one on each side of the rudder casing.
Then I caught the faint reflection of my own face in the casing of the fresco, and it frightened me into some semblance of myself as Raffles joined me with his hands in his pockets.
Burns--man of enigmatic moods--made this statement with an inanimate face and staring wilfully at the rudder casing.
of auger torque to install steel casings ranging from 10-48 inches in diameter and up to 120 feet in one pass from a single set up.
The Goliath rammer installs steel pipes and casings from 24-56 inches in diameter.