Toothing

Toothing was originally a hoax claim that Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones or PDAs were being used to arrange random sexual encounters, perpetrated as a prank on the media who reported it. The hoax was created by Ste Curran, then Editor at Large at the gaming magazine Edge, and ex-journalist Simon Byron. They based it on the two concepts dogging an...
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Toothing

• (n.) Bricks alternately projecting at the end of a wall, in order that they may be bonded into a continuation of it when the remainder is carried up. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Tooth • (n.) The act or process of indenting or furnishing with teeth.
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Toothing

Tooth'ing noun 1. The act or process of indenting or furnishing with teeth. 2. (Masonry) Bricks alternately projecting at the end of a wall, in order that they may be bonded into a continuation of it when the remainder is carried up. Toothing plane , a plane of which...
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toothing

Constructing the temporary end of a wall with the end stretcher of every alternate course projecting. Projecting units are toothers.
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Toothing

Constructing the temporary end of a wall with the end stretcher of alternate courses projecting. Projecting units are toothers.
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Toothing

Temporary wall end where alternate stretchers project out. Projecting masonry units are called tooths
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