Definition of Shuttering

1. Verb. (present participle of shutter) ¹



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Definition of Shuttering

1. shutter [v] - See also: shutter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shuttering

shutoff
shutoffs
shutout
shutouts
shuts
shuts off
shuts out
shuts up
shuttable
shutter
shutter shades
shutter speed
shutterbug
shutterbugs
shuttered
shuttering (current term)
shutterless
shutters
shuttest
shutteth
shutting
shutting off
shutting out
shutting post
shutting up
shuttle bus
shuttle diplomacy
shuttle flow
shuttle helicopter

Literary usage of Shuttering

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1. The Control of Water as Applied to Irrigation, Power and Town Water Supply by Philip à Morley Parker (1913)
"The fact that this temporary internal shuttering does not entirely prevent a mixture of the two grades of concrete, is advantageous, a; a graduation from ..."

2. Reinforced Concrete Railway Structures by James Dudley Ward Ball (1914)
"The timber used in the construction of all boxings and shuttering must be planed on ... The contractor may remove the shuttering to the floors, landings, ..."

3. Bulletin by Institution of Mining and Metallurgy (1904)
"2, it seems safe to assume that the principal object of the pre-cast brickwork was to form shuttering, and that the strength of the brickwork in itself was ..."

4. Twist & Build: Creating Non-orthogonal Architecture by Karel Vollers (2001)
"With regard to the surface distortion, variants forthe shuttering are: 1 ... Version 3 is now preferred, with a synthetic plate for shuttering that will be ..."

5. Cottage Building in Cob: Pisé, Chalk & Clay by Clough Williams-Ellis, John St. Loe Strachey (1919)
"Pisi shuttering I That the plant now commonly in use for pise-building is but a slight improvement on the anciently accepted model, may be seen by a ..."

6. Cottage Building in Cob, Pisé, Chalk & Clay: A Renaissance by Clough Williams-Ellis, John St. Loe Strachey (1920)
"Accordingly, I had some shuttering made on the Australian model—not splendid scientific shuttering such as is described in the body of this work, ..."

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