driftage might, and the driftage of
Drift Age, as in the — , by tremendous floods 1883
driftage collection, and a guideway to provide for 1908
driftage correction, idem 1908
driftage considered 1876
driftage of coarse materials striking obliquely 1876
driftage, the course of 1876
driftage due 1876
driftage from her, no hopes of any valuable — for the future. A weed called slaugh 1768
driftage, that the — is greater 1876
driftage immediately 1876
driftage, in the same way the 1876
driftage, little or no 1876
driftage might 1876
driftage occurs when 1876
and the driftage of 1876
driftage of oceanic remains, accessible to the 1871
drift age of [the] Paleolithic Period is marked by deposits of 1880
driftage on a coast-line 1876
driftage power, no 1876
driftage, seems 1875
driftage solely 1876
the driftage tends 1876
driftage, those who have studied the — on this coast 1880
driftage, will 1876
1. That which is drifted; drift.
2. Naut., the amount of deviation from a ship’s course due to leeway.
3. In gun. and archery, windage.
ex The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1897)
most of the driftage, from this catch.
all 1876 lines from G. H. Kinahan (1829-1908 *), his “The Drifting Power of Tidal Currents versus that of Wind-waves,” in The Geological Magazine (February 1876) : 83-87
2 August 2018
tags: drift; driftage; latihan; oceanic; G. H. Kinahan