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weigh beam

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  • weigh to the beam — (Shakespeare) To outweigh completely • • • Main Entry: ↑weigh …   Useful english dictionary

  • weigh-bauk — weighˈ bauk noun (Scot) 1. The beam of a balance 2. (in pl) a pair of scales • • • Main Entry: ↑weigh …   Useful english dictionary

  • Beam —    1) (The King s or Great)    Used for weighing heavy goods, avoirs du pois (Cal. L. Bk. A. p. 191), in contradistinction to the small beam for weighing light goods.    Foreign merchants were, by the customs of the City, bound to weigh their… …   Dictionary of London

  • Weigh station — A weigh station is a checkpoint along a highway to inspect vehicular weights. Usually, trucks and commercial vehicles are subject to the inspection.OverviewWeigh stations are equipped with scales, some of which permit the trucks to continue… …   Wikipedia

  • Weigh House, Cornhill —    On the north side of Cornhill, for weighing merchandize at the king s beam (S.193).    A master and Porters (ib.).    The house was built by Sir Thos. Lovell (ib.).    Now converted to other uses and a new Weigh House built in Little Eastcheap …   Dictionary of London

  • weighmaster's beam — Weighbeam Weigh beam , n. A kind of large steelyard for weighing merchandise; also called {weighmaster s beam}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • The Weigh House, Eastcheap —    On the south side of Little Eastcheap, between Botolph Lane and Love Lane (O. and M. 1677 O.S. 1880).    The King s Weigh House, as it was called, was the place where the King s weights, known as the Great Beam, etc., were kept, where… …   Dictionary of London

  • Weighbeam — Weigh beam , n. A kind of large steelyard for weighing merchandise; also called {weighmaster s beam}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Timeline of Edinburgh history — This article is intended to show a timeline of the history of Edinburgh, Scotland, up to the present day. It shows its rise from an early hill fort and later royal residence to become the bustling city and capital of Scotland that it is today.1… …   Wikipedia

  • Tron — ♦ A public weigh beam or scales which had to be used for some goods and for which tronage was charged. (Reynolds, Susan. An Introduction to the History of English Medieval Towns, 200) …   Medieval glossary

  • trig loop — noun Etymology: trig (IV) : a steel loop in which the end of the weigh beam of a hand operated grain scale moves up and down …   Useful english dictionary


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