Definition of Cylindrical lining
1. Noun. A cylindrical metal lining used to reduce friction.
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Literary usage of Cylindrical lining
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1. A Text-book of Pathology by Alfred Stengel (1906)
"Cylindrical cancer, or cylindrical epithelioma, probably arises from the cylindrical lining cells of the stomach, or from the cells in the upper parts of ..."
2. The Grant and Validity of British Patents for Inventions by James R. Roberts (1903)
"Modifications consisting of a cylindrical lining, D, and modes of joining, and also the advantages of the invention, were described. ..."
3. A Manual of Mining: Based on the Course of Lectures on Mining Delivered at by Magnus Colbjørn Ihlseng, Eugene Benjamin Wilson (1908)
"An iron o- wooden cylindrical lining of shafts. Tubing. The tube-lining of bore-holes. Tunnel. A horizontal passage; properly speaking, one with both ends ..."
4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1849)
"... an appearance due to the suspension of certain insoluble matters consisting of the cylindrical lining of the urinary tubules, fat globules, ..."