Definition of Cradling. Meaning of Cradling. Synonyms of Cradling

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Definition of Cradling

Cradling Cra"dling (-dl?ng), n. 1. The act of using a cradle. 2. (Coopering) Cutting a cask into two pieces lengthwise, to enable it to pass a narrow place, the two parts being afterward united and rehooped. 3. (Carp.) The framework in arched or coved ceilings to which the laths are nailed. --Knight.

Meaning of Cradling from wikipedia

- a cradle used in mining to separate gold from alluvium cradling (paintings), an art restoration technique to stabilise a painting on panel cradle (circus
- cradling is a process used in the restoration and preservation of paintings on wooden panel. it consists in mounting a grid of wooden slats to the back
- horror has come something wonderful. an evil cradling is a great book with the publication of an evil cradling, brian keenan is not letting the world forget
- a cradle is an infant bed which rocks but is non-mobile. it is distinct from a typical b****inet which is a basket-like container on free-standing legs
- 'cradle to cradle' redirects here. for the 2002 book, see cradle to cradle: remaking the way we make things. cradle to cradle design (also referred to
- cradle of humankind is an archeological site in south africa. the cradle of humankind or, alternatively cradle of humanity, cradle of mankind or cradle
- cradle of love may refer to: songs cradle of love (johnny preston song), 1960 cradle of love (billy idol song), 1990 tv shows the english title of the
- cat's cradle. for string figures and games in general, see string figure. for other uses, see cat's cradle (disambiguation). cat's cradle is a series
- cradle song may refer to: lullaby 'a cradle song', a poem of william blake written c.1791-92, set to music in 1947 by benjamin britten in his song cycle