Wintle

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Wintle win′tl (Scot.) to stagger
    • n Wintle a stagger
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Usage

In literature:

She is earnestly urged to write to me, care of Taylor & Wintle, 43 Lincoln's Inn Fields.
"Sparrows" by Horace W. C. Newte
Except the 'Shell and Tortoise' and 'Wintle,' the estate supplied the repast.
"Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour" by R. S. Surtees
I remember riding a very hard puller belonging to Mr. Wintle, of Shanghai.
"The Horsewoman" by Alice M. Hayes
He had obtained for Mr. Wintle every possible scrap of information on the subject in question.
"Elizabeth Gilbert and Her Work for the Blind" by Frances Martin
WINTLE, E. D. Ornithology of the Island of Montreal.
"Color Key to North American Birds" by Frank M. Chapman
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In science:

To our knowledge, the up to date most accurate studies of the capacitance at small plate separations are the ones by Wintle and Kurylowicz and by Carlson and Illman .
The capacitance of the circular parallel plate capacitor obtained by solving the Love integral equation using an analytic expansion of the kernel
Wintle and Kurylowicz use an El-Gendi method to rewrite the Love equation and apply numerical integration using the Clenshow-Curtis quadrature method to obtain the capacitance.
The capacitance of the circular parallel plate capacitor obtained by solving the Love integral equation using an analytic expansion of the kernel
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