10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TWICE-LAID»
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Moorgahvi, (tarred,) Europe, (1839,) ... Manilla, (tarred,) ... Europe, (twice laid,)
Ditto ditto, Elasticity. Names. Coir, (plain.) Sunn, (white,) Sunn, (tarred,) Europe, (
Pat.) Ditto, (white,) New Zealand, Length stretched before breaking Inches. 17| ...
Agricultural & Horticultural Society of India, 1844
The Fibrous Plants of India Fitted for Cordage, Clothing, ...
2231 Europe, (twice laid,) 1214 Europe, (Pat,) . 10} ' Ditto, (white,) . 91 9 Manilla, (
tarrcd,) - 1712 ' Jeetee . . . . 903 Moorgahvi, (tarred,) 9Q , Europe, (1839,) . 9% 10
Europe, (twice laid.) 1351 Moorgahvi, (white) _ 875 Arracan . . . 9 Manilla ...
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Read twice, laid on the table, and ordered printed. Mr. Moyere, pursuant to
previous notice, leave being granted, introduced A bill to discontinue a portion of
a certain State road. Read twice, laid on the table and ordered printed. Mr.
Michigan. Legislature. Senate, 1857
The Language of Sailing
Rope yarn is twice-laid yarn, made from old rope; a rope yarn knot joins yarns
together by splitting the end and knotting together one part of each. A roping
needle is a large sailmaker's needle, with the pointed end curved, used to rope
Read twice, laid on the table and ordered printed. Mr. Abel from the committee on
Fnance, reported. A bill to provide for the payment of the members and oflicers of-
' the extra session of the Legislature, for the year 1858. Read twice, laid on the ...
Michigan. Legislature. Senate, 1858
Journal of the Senate of the State of Michigan
Mr. Pratt, pursuant to notice, asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill
regulating appeals from the Board of Supervisors, and Senators Pratt and Allen
were appointed to bring in the bill, who reported the same, which was read twice,
laid on ...
Michigan. Legislature. Senate, 1845
The Journal of the Senate
The same was read twice, laid on the table, and ordered printed. Mr. Goodyear
asked leave to introduce, A joint resolution to amend the Constitution of the State
of Michigan. Leave being granted, the same was read twice, laid on the table, ...
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate, 1855
Journals of the House of Commons ...
483. Bill for the better Setting-out, and Recovery of them ; read twice, committed;
laid aside, viii. 576, 578. ' --- to the same Purpose; ordered, not presented, viii.
615. Petition for a Bill to the same Purpose; Bill ordered, read twice; laid aside on
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, 1780
Journals of the House of Commons
1667, Petition for a Bill to the same Purpose z Bill ordered, read twice; laid aside
on Account of v lnterltneations, and Eraletnents, lX. 3, 5, 7. 1667. Bill ordered to
the same Purpose; not presented, lX. 7. _;669, -- to the same Purpose; read twice
Great Britain House of Commons, 1803
The Routledge Dictionary of Historical Slang
twice-laid . A hash-up of fish and potatoes: low (–1864); ob. except as nautical s.
Bowen defines it as 'any sea dish that is cooked for the second time' and derives
it ex 'the old name for rope made of the best yarns of an old rope'.
Eric Partridge, Jacqueline Simpson, 1973
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