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- n. Plural form of carding.
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The fibers were then scraped off the boards in rollers or "cardings" about twelve inches long and three-quarters of an inch in diameter.
On the one side the glass of the narrow window was criss-crossed with rain stripes; on the other, the flying puffs of steam, unwinding from the engine like fleecy cardings, wearisomely interposed between their eyes and the landscape.
Wales hammered away at the Scottish line, who conceded a stream of penalties but survived any cardings from a patient referee Clancy.