Definition of Lolog
1. loglog [n -S] - See also: loglog
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Literary usage of Lolog
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Five-figure Mathematical Tables: Consisting of Logs and Cologs of Numbers ...by Edwin Chappell by Edwin Chappell (1915)
"... the most direct method of becoming familiar with the small points in which these tables vary from the log tables :— lolog 0-0036 = lolog 0-00646 = lolog ..."
2. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1918)
"Fessenden and Haney from the same basic assumptions developed the expression in the form lolog //,/#„ - lolog H,/HU = MX Ill) where HI is the heat above ..."
3. Transactions by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1918)
"Fessenden and Haney from the same basic assumptions developed the expression in the form lolog Hi/Ha - lolog Ht/Hy, = Mx  where Hi is the heat above ..."
4. A Dictionary of the Language of Mota, Sugarloaf Island, Banks' Islands, with by Robert Henry Codrington, John Palmer (1896)
"lolog, v. to be all of one, to be nothing but ... nothing but water ; lolog qat- qat ... lolog'ona, of ill-feeling, ..."
5. The School World (1901)
"... and terraces show that at one time Lake Lacar was much larger and formed part of one sheet of water with the two large valley lakes to the north (lolog ..."
6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... lolog and Lacar. 1000 feet above the sea and 1333 feet or more below Lago Mascardi. The temperature naturally changes with the altitude. ..."