Definition of Ferruling
1. ferrule [v] - See also: ferrule
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Literary usage of Ferruling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catching's Compendium of Practical Dentistry (1892)
"... especially when attended by sensitiveness; also in cases of darkened and devitalized teeth. ferruling OR CAPPING TEETH. DR. AF TOWNSEND. ..."
2. A System of oral surgery: Being a Treatise on the Diseases and Surgery of by James Edmund Garretson (1884)
"ferruling.—A manner of attaching an artificial crown to a natural root is done by means of a gold ferrule. This is a suggestion by Dr. Buttner, ..."
3. Henley's Encyclopædia of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades: A by Joseph Gregory Horner (1906)
"... on the holding power of tubes, the conclusion arrived at was:—that the relative resisting power of tubes fixed by (a) expanding, ferruling, and beading; ..."
4. Recollections of President Lincoln and His Administration by Lucius Eugene Chittenden (1904)
"I promised you a ferruling; but if you will show a dirtier hand in this school-room, I will let you off for this time.' ' There it is, sir! ..."
5. Autobiography of Amos Kendall by Amos Kendall, William Stickney (1872)
"He had taken hold of the boy's hand and raised his ruler for the purpose of ferruling him, when he suddenly threw the hand from him,saying : " Go to your ..."
6. Life and Labour of the People in London by Charles Booth (1896)
"The finishing, ferruling, &c., requiring less skill, is done by younger men who earn from 18s to 25s, the average being about 20s. ..."