Definition of Putons
1. puton [n] - See also: puton
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Literary usage of Putons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"... notwithstanding its crushing superiority it ^щ, pUtons. had a lively struggle 11 sustain, and it is only within the last thirt/ year» that the system of ..."
2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1887)
"The pUtons are connected to crank-pins projecting from the face of this fly-wheel, and trie cylinders revolve round one centre, while the pistons revolve ..."
3. Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1901)
"Generally each cylinder has two putons kept close together by springs; the compressed air enters between them, forcing them apart, and so working the ..."
4. Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary: A Description of Tools, Instruments by Edward Henry Knight (1876)
"I has three pistons, two valve-abutments, and two Induction and eduction ports respectively. m has three pUtons on one shaft, set at angles of 120°. ..."
5. Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal Cities and by Dionysius Lardner (1849)
"Single Cock.—Two-way Cock.—Four-way Cock.—putons.—Common hemp packed Piéton—Woolf'• Futon.—Metallic Pistons. ..."