Definition of Seatings
1. Noun. (plural of seating) ¹
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Definition of Seatings
1. seating [n] - See also: seating
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Literary usage of Seatings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Pocket-book of Marine Engineering Rules and Tables: For the Use of Marine by Albert Edward Seaton, Henry Morrison Rounthwaite (1922)
"ENGINE AND BOILER seatings, &c. It is extremely difficult to lay down any ... seatings for vertical engines.—When the seating must be built upon the top ..."
2. The History of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut, from the Settlement by Elizabeth Hubbell Godfrey Schenck (1904)
"Green's Farms meeting-house, seatings, and bell.—Reading meeting-house.—Greenfield Hill meeting-house. —1743.—Colonial and military officers. ..."
3. Marine Engines and Boilers, Their Design and Construction: A Handbook for by Gustav Bauer (1905)
"Boiler seatings (see Fig. 532).—The bearers, composed of angle irons and plates, ... The number of bearers, composing the seatings on either side of the ..."
4. Practical Shipbuilding: A Treatise on the Structural Design and Building of by A. Campbell Holms (1908)
"ENGINE AND BOILER seatings, SHAFT STOOLS, SHAFT TUBE, TUNNEL, PADDLE WINGS, ETC Art. 237. In order that the engine may run steadily and smoothly, ..."
5. Collections on the History of Albany: From Its Discovery to the Present Time by Joel Munsell (1865)
"... the numbers of their seats in the same, as well as the changes which took place in the seatings during a period of about thirty years, it would seem. ..."
6. Pattern Making: A Practical Treatise Embracing the Main Types of Engineering by Joseph Gregory Horner (1885)
"The pattern-maker has to prepare dead-plate, fire-bars, furnace front and door, seatings and valves, and other attachments. Some of these have to be fitted ..."
7. A Manual of Marine Engineering by Albert Edward Seaton (1895)
"Engine seatings.—The superstructure raised on the ship's frames to carry the engines, is called by various names, such as engine bed, engine seatings, ..."