10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDWAYS»
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To the Poles by Airship: Or Around the World Endways
This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series.
Allen Kendrick Wright, 2010
The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries ...
And when the waggon, P, by running out of the cradle, W, into the trough, z,
strikes against the closed end of that trough, it drives the trough endways a very
little, and then the trough, z, acquires a tendency to go further forwards endways
in the ...
Repertory of patent inventions and other discoveries and ...
the sliding-bar g is moved or slid endways, as far as it can go towards the left
hand, then the prominent wedges at each end of it are carried away from beneath
the points of the gage-screws h, and permit the same to approach towards the ...
The Repertory of patent inventions [formerly The Repertory ...
... them, both close to the forks at the inner side, and at the other extremities of the
turned parts next the wheels ; the first of these collars keeps the axle from being
drawn out endways from its place, until it be moved downwards below the fork.
The English dialect dictionary, being the complete ...
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endways, RICHARDSON 511g. 50!. (1859) vi. 8 : Sum ga In London en for
cndways gaas on't Continent, TAYLOR Sl-elrhcs (1882' 7. 5. F orward. onward,
Two Ways of Launching Two general methods are employed in launching a ship:
the one endways, stern first, and the other sideways. Each method has its own
particular advantages. Along the Great Lakes more boats are launched sideways
The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and ...
1 and 3) it will be seen, that the barrel is longer than the set of keys, by the
distance of one of t.he keys from-the other, the barrel can be moved along
endways this quantity, and for this purpose it is mounted in a frame, (fig. 4-) which
slides in 8 ...
The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ...
1 and S) it will be seen, that the harrel is longer than the set of keys, by the
distance of one of the keys from the other, the harrel cu he moved along endways
this quantity, aad for tnis purpose it is mounted in a frame, (fig. 4) which slides in
Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences
A, to be moved endways in the hearing, as much as will remove the paddle-
wheel crank B, to the position represented by the dotted lines (0:, when the
disconnection of the paddle-wheels is effected. The mechanism, for moving the
The Roxburghshire Word-Book
Also end-hooping (Rxb.). The chine or headhoop of a barrel, tub, etc. ENDWAYS,
adv. I. Thrivingly; successfully; forward: “To get endways with any piece of work” (
Jam) “Wark gaes far lighter endways when We joke away or haver” (Hogg 72).
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ENDWAYS»
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Microsoft Edge Test Drive web demos go open-source
... the new interface and its features and to get hands-on review and endways experience before the official launch of Windows 10 in July 29. «TWCN Tech News, Jun 15»
Column: The 1858-59 competition between Halfway, Walla Walla
The third structure was made of slabs set endways in the ground and covered with shakes, located on the south side of Main at what is now ... «Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, Mar 15»
75 rounds of bare-knuckled boxing
... was such that one opponent, after being knocked out by Sullivan, said he “felt like a telephone pole had been shoved against me endways”. «BT.com, Jul 14»
ODD WISCONSIN: Lumberjacks had colorful lingo
Rather than rolling up onto the sled, the log swung endways and hit the narrator, breaking three ribs and a leg and interrupting the work. «La Crosse Tribune, Jun 14»
Odd Wisconsin: Lumberjack jargon from 100 years ago
Rather than rolling up onto the sled, the log swung endways and hit the narrator, breaking three ribs and a leg and interrupting the work. «Madison.com, Jun 14»
Book Review: 'Strong Boy' by Christopher Klein
"When Sullivan struck me, I thought that a telegraph pole had been shoved against me endways," marveled the ex-champ afterward. «Wall Street Journal, Dec 13»
British Airways B787 Club World
... and these are huge –you can put a normal roller bag in endways and on its side, so much more fits in there, but it's worth bearing in mind. «Business Traveller, Oct 13»
Mark Twain tells a Christmas story
Oh! no; he stole as many apples as he wanted and came down all right; and he was all ready for the dog too, and knocked him endways with a ... «Akron Beacon Journal, Dec 11»
Boxing's Top Ten Intimidators of All-Time
... for most of Sullivan's opponents when he stated, “When Sullivan hit me, I thought a telegraph pole had been shoved against me endways. «Doghouse Boxing, Nov 11»
The Great Escape
“The jail was made of wood and lined with heavy timbers set endways and driven full of nails, so that a mouse could not have escaped. «New York Times, Nov 11»