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Definition of Auncel

Auncel
Auncel Aun"cel, n. A rude balance for weighing, and a kind of weight, formerly used in England. --Halliwell.

Meaning of Auncel from wikipedia

- device can also work without a counterweight. Ampere balance Apparent weight Auncel Combination weigher Digital spoon scale Evans balance Faraday balance Force...
- The auncel (Norman: auncelle or aunsell’, lit. "little balance") was a balance scale formerly used in England. It consisted of a rod with the fulcrum near...
- Treasurer cause to be made certain Standards of Bushels, Gallons, of Weights of Auncel, and send the same into every County where such Standards be not sent before...
- dialect word troi (balance). Then troy weight is a style of weighing, like auncel or bismar weights, or other kindred methods. The troy weight then refers...
- Merchandises, by a Weight which is called Auncel; it is accorded and established, That this Weight called Auncel betwixt Buyers and Sellers, shall be wholly...
- Thovex". YouTube. 15 January 2015. Retrieved 16 March 2015. "Adw**** Feed". auncel4.rssing.com. Retrieved 4 April 2019. Candide Thovex (8 December 2015), Candide...
- sansculottic lebensraum emmeleia transrhenane shillibeer aposematic ushabti galère auncel catawba temenos melocoton masoola cravenette misocainea mamaliga thonnier...
- Gape of Harpsfield Hall, St Albans 1697 John BillersThorley 1698 Thomas AuncelIckleford 1699 Henry Gore – Gilston 1700 George NodesShephall 1701...
- Almaric Fitz-Waryn 4 December 1350: Robert de Hach 8 November 1351: William Auncel 14 November 1353: John de Northcote 10 November 1354: Peter de Ralegh 7...
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