The training of lying face down with hands towards the edges, in unusual general public areas, and using photographs to record the act.
The work of laying planks; in addition, planks, collectively; a few planks set up, once the wood covering for the framework of a vessel.
The act of splicing slivers. See Plank, v. t., 4.
The operation of laying down planks or of addressing with planks.
Planks considered collectively, as with a floor; some work made up of planks; particularly, in ship-building, skin or covering of wood timbers regarding the external and internal surfaces of ribs, and upon the beams. A strake is a line of planking. Wales are strakes of thick planking. See cut under beam.
In spinning, the splicing collectively of slivers of long-stapled wool. See breaking-frame.
among finishing functions in felting caps.
In a steam-cylinder, the lagging or clothes.
(nautical) a covering or flooring made out of planks (as on a ship)