Definition of the noun Parter
What does Parter mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: parters
- [informal, only, in combination] A work in a specified number of parts.
- That which parts.
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The Mechanician (1879)
A Treatise on the Construction and Manipulation of Tools, for the Use and Instruction of Young Engineers and Scientific Amateurs; Comprising the Arts of Blacksmithing and Forging; the Construction and Manufacture of Hand Tools, and the Various Methods of Using and Grinding Them; Description of Hand and Machine Processes; Turning and Screw Cutting; and the Various Details of Setting Out Work Incidental to the Mechanical Engineer's and Machinist's Art by Cameron Knight
A parter is a thin groover, and is employed to separate a piece of work into two lengths by means of a narrow groove which is formed around the work with the parter. Fig. 398 represents a tool of this class having a thin cutting end that will cut a ...
The mecanician and constructor for engineers, comprising forging, planing, lining, slotting, shaping, turning, screw-cutting, etc... (1869)
by Cameron Knight
—A parter is a thin groover, and is employed to separate a piece of work into two lengths by means ...
by Oliver Lorenzo Barbour
In New York, under the imperative terms of section 111 of the code of procedure, even a dormant parter is a necessary party as a plaiutiff in an action for the recovery of a partnership debt, founded on a partnership contract, whether the relief ...
The Chautauquan (1892)
by Theodore L. Flood
fThe French verb parter means to speak ; and from it came the noun parlement, which passed into the English tongue through the Italian, where the spelling was modified into its present form. It was originally applied to a meeting or assembly ...
Volume 41 - Supplement 26 - Application of Bayesan Belief Networks to Highway Construction to Virtual Reality Software and Technology by Allen Kent, James G. Williams
Parter. "The Use of Linear Graphs in Gaussian Elimination." SIAM Rev.. 3.
For Use in Elementary Schools by John Kennedy
parter (a room for conversation), parole (a verbal promise). F. parter. Parochi — neighborhood ...
by James Maitland
Parter, a free, liberal paymaster is a "good parter." Party, a vulgarism for a person; "an old party." But Shakespeare has it and it is used in the English version of the Apocrypha. Pass in one's checks (Am.), to die, from the practice of cashing in ...
The Imperial Dictionary (1861)
English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie
parter, * speak. Keen; sprightly; waggish. PARLOUSNESS, n Quickness; keenness. PARNASSIA, n. A genus of Plants. See GRAss of PARNAssus. PARO CHIAL, a [from L. parochia.] Belonging to a parish; as, parochial ...
With a Complete Grammar in Accordance with the Resolutions of the International Academy of the Universal Language and a Brief History of the Neutral Language by Michael Andrew Francis Holmes
parterre, n., parter. partial, a., partisa« (partisan). partially, ...
At Common Law, in Equity, and Under the Various Codes and Practice Acts by William Henry Michael, William Mack, Howard Pervear Nash, James Cockroft, Thomas Edward O'Brien
Norton Parter, Notary Public. State of Colorado, County of Arapalwz. fa/m Doe, plaintiff, against Rik/lard Rae, defendant. described Mun).5 knowledge, information and beliefI must be stated.
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