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by William Falconer
ESTANCES. SCeEPONTXLLESasienlrlpont. ESTERRE, a small haven or creek. ESTIME, the dead-reckoning: whence, Erreur dam FESTIME, the errors of a deadreckonin . ESTIVE, the trim or disposition of the car o, in a ship's hold. ESTgUPlN, ETOUPXN, or VALET, the vent ofa cannon, sormed of oakum. ESTRAN, a name sometimes given to a flat and sand sea- coast. ESTRAPAD ' marine, a naval punishment. See CALE. ESTRAPONTIN, an Indian hammoc.
by William FALCONER (Poet.)
ESTANCES. See EPoNTILLes d'entrepont. ESTERRE, a fmall haven or creek. ESTIME, the dead- reckoning : whence, Erreur dans l'EsTIME, the errors of a deadreckoning. ESTIVE , the trim or disposition of the cargo, in a fhip's hold. ESTOUPIN, ET ou PIN, or VALET, the vent of a cannon, formed of oakum. ESTRAN, a name fometimes given to a flat and fandy fea-coast. ESTRAPADE marine, a naval punishment. See CALE.
An Universal Dictionary of the Marine: Or, A Copious Explanation of the Technical Terms and Phrases Employed in the Construction, Equipment, Furniture, Machinery, Movements, and Military Operations of a Ship (1784)
by William Falconer
ESTANCES. See EPoNTILLEs d'entrepont. ESTERRE, a small haven or creek. ESTIME, the dead- reckoning : whence, Erreur dans l'EsTIME, the errors of a deadreckoning. ESTIVE , the trim or disposition of the cargo, in a ship's hold. ESTOUPIN, EToUPIN, or VALET, the vent of a cannon, formed of oakum. ESTRAN, a name sometimes given to a flat and sandy sea-coast. ESTRAPADE marine, a naval punishment. See CALE.
by Bartholomew Parr
ESTANCEs which have claimed the chemists' attention are, sap, mucilage, gum, oils, resins, gum-resins, chouichouc, balsams, foccula (starch), gluten, sugar, albumen, various acids, tanin, alkalis, wax, honey, and aroma. These substances , as we have stated in the beginning of this article, consist of earbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. The tamin, lately introduced to our notice, has been lately examined with peculiar attention in the Philosophical Transactions for 1805, by Mr. Hatchett.
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers, to which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar by Samuel Johnson
Adorr: They have begun to say, and to fetch Estances, where him in manythings been for: used. Szy. 7. Unwelcomely; harshly.
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