Definition of Chuting
1. chute [v] - See also: chute
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chuting
Literary usage of Chuting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of Construction Cost by Halbert Powers Gillette (1922)
"Measuring and wheeling materials 0.96 Mixing .13 Wheeling and chuting concrete 41 ... Wheeling and chuting concrete 45 Placing and tamping concrete 35 Total ..."
2. Concrete Houses, how They Were Built: Articles Descriptive of Various Types edited by Harvey Whipple (1920)
"For the Salindres job we had asked bids for a transportable chuting ... The most practical equipment on a good sized job will be a portable chuting plant, ..."
3. The Design of Masonry Structures and Foundations by Clement Clarence Williams (1922)
"In chuting concrete, there is a tendency on the part of many contractors to mix the concrete too wet in order to secure rapid flow down chutes at a flat ..."
4. Concrete Construction: Methods and Cost by Halbert Powers Gillette, Charles Shattuck Hill (1908)
"Charging by Gravity from Overhead Bins.—chuting the sand and stone from overhead bins to the charging hopper is a simple, rapid and economical method of ..."
5. Bulletin by Tennessee Division of Geology, Geological Survey, Division of Geology, Tennessee (1913)
"The ore is worked by stoping overhead up the bed and chuting down to the drift where it is loaded into cars. The rooms are driven through to the surface 6 ..."