Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of engraving.
“Vg jnf n fhogyr genafvgvba, naq jbhyq unir orra pbzcyrgryl vzcreprcgvoyr vs gur zbavgbef unqa'g fubja 0 urneg engr, 0 erfcvengvba, naq syngyvar oenva npgvivgl.”
“I was just there in Fort leonard for my son's graduation last week as a combat engr.”
“Another vision substitution system under development at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Department of Biomedical Engineering (www. engr.wisc.edu/bme/faculty/bachy-ritapaul. html) uses an external camera, computer, and a stimulator module placed on the tongue.”
“U.S. A. as 2nd lieut. 1893; retired from active service as col.; chief engr.”
“Asheville, Jan. 21, 1888; p. Melvin Edmondson and Susanna (Rawls); Chi Phi; engr. corps C.C. and O.ry. 1912-16; engr.”
“Copperhill, Tenn., 1910-11; elec.engr. and inspector Tenn. inspection bureau 1911-12; chief engr. and gen. mgr.”
“Elkin, Apr. 4, 1903; p. William J. and Clyde (Hamilton); civil engr.”
“Frances Pauline Burnette, Dec. 31, 1913; civil and consulting engr.,”
“Ruth C. Sisson, June 25, 1921; Pi Kappa Phi; Omega Delta; Golden Fleece; basketball; petroleum engr. 1919-21; lumber business 1922 -; 2nd lieut. inf.”
“Clara M. Quinter, June 5, 1906; Phi Beta Kappa; graduated magna cum laude; U.S. geol. survey 1900-02; U.S. reclamation service 1902-20; resident engr.”
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