od without special explanation.
g.Swett,Oct. 23,1866; reissued May English),1807.
g.Swett,Oct. 23,1866; reissued May 7, ‘72.
for breaking the awn from the grain.
(Prov. English.) A hummeling-machine.
（ inches in hight, and weighs 1,700,000 pounds English.
Its weight is consequently nearly four timeonze color)161-1 1/4
Emerson's patent brass (English）168
Keller's statuary brass (Versailles）91.4of bond made use of in England and America, — English or old English, and Flemish, — the former, hoEnglish, and Flemish, — the former, however, being much more commonly employed than the latter.
See Mason's and bricklayeber between the transoms of a gun-carriage.
7. (Horology.) A piece raised in the m in the other direction.
Roberts's broach (English) has longitudinal cutters inserted in grooves