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- n. Plural form of studding.
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And between those studdings I laid it up on the sill.
First, an ordinary frame building with 2x4 inch studdings sheathed on the outside with drop siding with No. 3 flooring.
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"How are we going to find them?" asked the girl, as the two drew their mounts to a stand on the top of a low ridge and gazed out over the sea of similar ridges that rolled and spread before them as far as the eye could reach in three directions -- bare coulees, and barer ridges, with here and there a low bare hill, all black and red and grey, with studdings of mica flashing in the rays of the afternoon sun.
The Macedonian set her foretop-mast and top-gallant studdings sails and bore away in chase, [Footnote: Capt.
Up there, my lads, set top-gallant studding sails, topmast studdings to hand -- rig out the booms -- keep as you go now, my lads -- we shall be well in-shore of them, and out of the range of the batteries. "
Up there, my lads, set top-gallant studding sails, top-mast studdings to hand-rig out the booms -- keep as you go now, my lad -- we shall be well inshore of them, and out of the range of the batteries. "