Definition of Foulings
1. fouling [n] - See also: fouling
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Literary usage of Foulings
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1. Report of the Tests of Metals and Other Materials for Industrial Purposes by United States Army. Ordnance Dept, Watertown Arsenal (Mass.) (1917)
"12 X. Showing transverse sections of several flakes of gun foulings. Micrograph 3002. 100 X. Showing higher magnification of flake No. 1 in micrograph No. ..."
2. Reports and Recommendations: Together with the Messages of the President and by International American Conference (1890)
"Collisions and foulings of vessels shall be subject to the law of the country ... In case of collisions or foulings in non-jurisdictional waters the law of ..."
3. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1863)
"... greatly to my perturbation of mind and sorrow of heart, on account of your respected foulings in the matter. Search has been instituted everywhere, ..."
4. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1894)
"Nevertheless something more than the mere continued presence of these foulings seems necessary to explain the two special outbreaks. ..."
5. The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut by Sarah Johnson Prichard (1896)
"... Tract of land as it is butted & Bounded together with all the woods uplands arable lande meadows pastures ponds waters Rivers fishings foulings mines ..."
6. Treatise on the Law Governing Nuisances: With Particular Reference to Its by Joseph Asbury Joyce, Howard Clifford Joyce (1906)
"For many years the injurious to him, the complainant de- drain has served to carry off waste nying it. And the complainant water and foulings from the ..."