Definition of Bulletining

1. Verb. (present participle of bulletin) ¹



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Definition of Bulletining

1. bulletin [v] - See also: bulletin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bulletining

bullet trains
bullet vote
bulleted
bulleted list
bullethead
bullethole
bulletholes
bulletin
bulletin board
bulletin board service
bulletin board system
bulletin board systems
bulletin boards
bulletined
bulleting
bulletining (current term)
bulletinize
bulletinized
bulletinizes
bulletinizing
bulletins
bulletized
bulletless
bulletlike
bulletproof
bulletproof vest
bulletproof vests
bulletproofed
bulletproofing
bulletproofs

Literary usage of Bulletining

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1. Freight Terminals and Trains: Including a Revision of Yards and Terminals by John Albert Droege (1912)
"Theie is, however, a general belief in the beneficial effects of bulletining a history of each offense. It is especially desirable in unusual cases and in ..."

2. Freight Terminals and Trains: Including a Revision of Yards and Terminals by John Albert Droege (1912)
"Theie is, however, a general belief in the beneficial effects of bulletining a history of each offense. It is especially desirable in unusual cases and in ..."

3. Yards and Terminals and Their Operation by John Albert Droege (1906)
"There is, however, a general belief in the beneficial effects of bulletining a history of each offense. Take the case of a flagman who is disciplined for ..."

4. Treatises in an Interstate Commerce and Railway Traffic Course by La Salle Extension University (1920)
"Where there is no agreement for bulletining of cars, the free time must be calculated from the first 700 AM after the day on which notice of arrival is sent ..."

5. Industrial Traffic Departments: Organization, Management, Systems, and Records. by Harry Leigh Derby (1916)
"... free time (twenty-four (24) hours allowed) is to be calculated from the first 7:00 am thereafter. Where there is no agreement for bulletining of cars, ..."

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