scantlings


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scantlings

(ˈskæntlɪŋz)
pl n
(Aeronautics) the structural casings of the internal gas paths in an aero engine
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The boy held the end of the telescope against one of the veranda scantlings, while the man gazed through it at the sea.
About two hundred yards off, in the flat, we built a pen of scantlings, about four feet high, and laid planks on it, and so made a platform.
The third are gratiosi, favorites; such as exceed not this scantling, to be solace to the sovereign, and harmless to the people.
Victor, with hammer and nails and scraps of scantling, was patching a corner of one of the galleries.
Tenders are invited for Providing of Silver oak scantlings and reepers
Although Solar has provided wood veneer interiors and glulam products for over 12 years, the true wood system will allow for operable door and window systems to be manufactured out of 100% wood scantlings rather than utilizing an applied wood veneer.
Their durable construction and heavy Sheffield steel scantlings have given 75 ship years of service to MSC, in addition to their long careers in the Royal Fleet Auxiliary, where they were participants in events such as the British strategic withdrawal from east of Suez, and the Falklands campaign.
We not only had to use scantlings strong enough to survive the pounding, but every piece of machinery on the boat had to be bolted down to survive a rollover," explained Dave Weed, Kvichak project manager on the M/V Chinook project.
rope breaks And he goes puttering, solemn, doing a duty under the law, Feeling the ropes, searching corners, testing scantlings.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Kiln Seasoned Chemically Treated Rubber Wood Scantlings & Reapers