in its floor than a launch. It is carvel built.
（Weapon.) A bow the hight of the archer, formerly used in England.
（Fabric.) A peculiar kind of fine cotton cloth, made milled or plain.
Flax to be spun its natural length without cutting.
（Joinery.) A joiner's plane used when a piece of stuff is to be planed up very straight.
It is 2 feet 3 inches long.
（Fabric.) A shaggy velvet.
（Printing.) A size of type between Small Pica and Bourgeois.
Small Pica, 83 ems to a foot.
Long Primer, 89 ems to a foot.
Bourgeois, 102 ems to a foot.
A barometer, the upper portion of whose tube is in spiral form, and of diminished diameter, the distance between the coils being usually 12 base to 1 perpendicular, so that each inch rise of mercury in the tube is indicated by an advance of 12 inches in the spir
s to a foot.
English, 64 ems to a foot.
Great Primer, 51 ems to a foot.
1. (Painting.) The first layer of paint, size, or other material laid
4. (Steam.) The carrying over of water with the steam into the cylinder.
（Blasting.) The powder-horn of the miner of quarryman.
1. Detonating powder.
2. The train of powder connecting a fuse with a charge.
（Ordnance.) A tube to contain an inflammable compPrim′ing-tube.
（Ordnance.) A tube to contain an inflammable composition, which occupies the vent of a gun whose charge is fired when the composition is ignited.
There are several kinds of priming-tubes, fired by port-fire, lockf the tube.
The rough bar is jerked out by a lanyard.
A spring valve fitted to the end of a cylinder, to permit the escaler, either as priming or in a state of mechanical suspension with the steam.
（Ordnance.) A pointed wire to prick a cartridge