Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as drawing-room.

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Examples

  • In time, through the kindly office of his playmate's father, he became apprenticed in a drafting-room of a large manufacturing-plant -- and the rest was easy.

    Opportunities in Engineering

  • When he came out, instead of returning to the drafting-room and the theoretical end of the work, he donned overalls once more and went to work in the shop as an erecting man.

    Opportunities in Engineering

  • In the drafting-room the work of harmonizing must go on; compromises must be made between the ideal scheme of the dreamer and the requirements of the manufacturing and selling departments.

    Industrial Progress and Human Economics

  • He must have patient endurance and sufficient strength of character to use the eraser heroically, for the eraser is mightier than the pencil in the drafting-room.

    Industrial Progress and Human Economics

  • All these courses were taught by the joint use of text-book and lecture; they were made objective by parallel practice in the drafting-room, the shop, the laboratory, and the field; and they were enforced by daily oral examinations, frequent written reviews, copious exercises in drafting, and abundant illustration by means of specimens and experiments.

    History of the University of Virginia, 1819-1919

  • Associated with these were practical courses in the drafting-room, the workshop, the machine-shop, and the field.

    History of the University of Virginia, 1819-1919

  • It is 180 by 70 feet and contains on the main floor the Dean's office and the offices of the other professors; the main lecture-room; the laboratory of electrical engineering; and the drafting-room for the First and Second-Year students.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • Page view page image: laboratory of electrical engineering; and the drafting-room for the First and Second-Year students.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • Above are a smaller drafting-room for advanced students, and blue-print and photographic rooms.

    The University of Virginia Record

  • It is 180 by 70 feet and contains on the main floor the Dean's office and the offices of the other professors; the main lecture-room; the laboratory of electrical engineering; and the drafting-room for the First and

    The University of Virginia Record

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