EAVES

, the margin or lower edge of the roof of a house, being the lowest course of tiles, slates, or the like, which hang over the walls to throw off the water to a distance from the wall.

Eaves-Board, or Eaves-Lath, a thick featheredged board, usually nailed round the eaves of a house for the lowermost tiles, slate, or shingles, to rest upon.

EBBING and Flowing of the Sea. See Tides.

ECCENTRIC. See Excentric.

ECCENTRICITY. See Excentricity.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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EARTH
EAST
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ECHO
ECLIPSAREON
ECLIPSE
ECLIPTIC
EFFECT