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Now it is well understood that in many positions this system is the simplest and most economical method of bridging.ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, PART 3VARIOUS
There were many engineering difficulties to be overcome, the chiefest of which was the bridging of the Motagua River.GUATEMALA, THE COUNTRY OF THE FUTURECHARLES M. PEPPER
His earnestness impresses her ladyship; trust a bright girl for bridging over a trifling difficulty such as this.MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
And he rushed into work, into danger, when he thought of that; risked terrible leaps in “Bridging the Abyss.”THE BILL-TOPPERSANDRE CASTAIGNE
Those gantries furnish us with an example of another sort of construction in wood which can be and is often used in bridging.THE ROMANCE OF WAR INVENTIONSTHOMAS W. CORBIN
Thus a considerable saving is made in the weight of the bridging material to be carried.THE ROMANCE OF WAR INVENTIONSTHOMAS W. CORBIN
Engineering skill is bridging streams, crossing valleys, climbing mountains or piercing them through.THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY, VOL. 43, NO. 8, AUGUST, 1889VARIOUS
Cross this toothpick with another pushed through the apple and also bridging the hollow.MOTHER NATURE'S TOY-SHOPLINA BEARD
Murphy, walking stiffly, led the way down the steep slope, and silently pointed out a log bridging the narrow stream.BOB HAMPTON OF PLACERRANDALL PARRISH
But what we really need is a way of bridging the gap between ourselves and the rest of the personnel before it gets too wide.WHERE I WASN'T GOINGWALT RICHMOND

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