SCANTLING

, a measure, size, or standard, by which the dimensions &c of things are to be determined. | The term is particularly applied to the dimensions of any piece of timber, with regard to its breadth and thickness.

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

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SAURIN (Joseph)
SAUVEUR (Joseph)
SCALE
SCALENE
SCALIGER (Joseph Justus)
* SCANTLING
SCAPEMENT
SCARP
SCENOGRAPHY
SCHEINER (Christopher)
SCHEME