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RM2AWCR7GAppletons' cyclopaedia of applied mechanics: a dictionary of mechanical engineering and the mechanical arts . the cylinder is placed in the furnace previous to being laid on the flatting-stone e ; h is the openingthrough which the workman spreads the cylinder into a flat sheet of glass ; / is the opening throughwhich the sheet of glass is removed to the table or bed //, in the compartment b. The upper side ofthe table ,7 is made of stone, similar to that employed as the flattening surface. It is fixed to aniron framework on wheels, and is kept at a proper degree of heat by remaining in the fur
half-timbered house on the queich in annweiler
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truss jockgrim
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old farmhouse in steinweiler
RFR4CKY0old farmhouse in steinweiler
half-timbered house in bretten
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Appletons' cyclopaedia of applied mechanics: a dictionary of mechanical engineering and the mechanical arts . the cylinder is placed in the furnace previous to being laid on the flatting-stone e ; h is the openingthrough which the workman spreads the cylinder into a flat sheet of glass ; / is the opening throughwhich the sheet of glass is removed to the table or bed //, in the compartment b. The upper side ofthe table ,7 is made of stone, similar to that employed as the flattening surface. It is fixed to aniron framework on wheels, and is kept at a proper degree of heat by remaining in the fur
RM2AWCR0NAppletons' cyclopaedia of applied mechanics: a dictionary of mechanical engineering and the mechanical arts . the cylinder is placed in the furnace previous to being laid on the flatting-stone e ; h is the openingthrough which the workman spreads the cylinder into a flat sheet of glass ; / is the opening throughwhich the sheet of glass is removed to the table or bed //, in the compartment b. The upper side ofthe table ,7 is made of stone, similar to that employed as the flattening surface. It is fixed to aniron framework on wheels, and is kept at a proper degree of heat by remaining in the fur
half-timbered house in bretten
RFR5NM0Ghalf-timbered house in bretten
limburg an der lahn
RFR4JEE7limburg an der lahn
museum herxheim in der pfalz
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old town limburg an der lahn
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