Definition of Smalling
1. small [v] - See also: small
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Literary usage of Smalling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Leading Facts of New Mexican History by Ralph Emerson Twitchell (1917)
"TF smalling TF smalling, cashier of the McKinley County Bank at Gallup, ... Tennessee, June 12, 1882, a son of TF and Martha smalling. ..."
2. Memorials of the Moravian Church by William Cornelius Reichel, Nicolaus Ludwig Zinzendorf, John Martin Mack (1870)
"smalling and for incisions and dressing of above 10 ... 2 10 9 A coffin for John smalling 10 Burying of him* 1O For attending yc above Indians each day from ..."
3. Les Reportes Del Cases in Camera Stellata, 1593 to 1609: From the Original by England and Wales Court of Star Chamber, John Hawarde, Great Britain Courts (1894)
"... myll and so downe to Smalley bridge alias smalling bridge should be yt. ... and that the streame that runneth to Chest- hunt myll and smalling bridge is ..."
4. Reports of the Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee by John Louis Taylor Sneed (1856)
"Knott, and one smalling, in running their horses for a wager, upon the public highway, ran against the horse on which the plaintiff was riding, ..."
5. The Constitution of the State of California: Adopted in Convention at by California, Edward Francis Treadwell (1916)
"smalling, 94 Cal. 112, 29 Pac. 421.) After he has thus been put in jeopardy, he cannot be again tried for the same offense unless the jury is discharged ..."
6. The Constitution of the State of California: Adopted in Convention, at by California, Edward Francis Treadwell (1902)
"smalling, 94 Cal. 112, 29 Pac. 421.) After he has tlms been put in jeopardy, he cannot be again tried for the same offense unless the jury is discharged ..."