verb (used with object), gaged, gag·ing.
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noun, verb (used with object), gaged, gag·ing.
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The effect of the drought on stream-flow at the mainstream gaging station 2.1 miles south of Lawrence is presented in Table 1.Fishes of the Wakarusa River in Kansas|James E. Deacon
By planing the ends and the width before the thickness is planed, a dressed face is secured all around for gaging the thickness.
To secure accuracy, all gaging on the surface of wood, should be done from the "working face" or "working edge."
With the gage, mark short lines at the points of insertion in the center of each edge, gaging from the outside faces.
The tool shown in Fig. 51 is used for gaging taper threaded holes in boilers when fitting studs.Measuring Tools|Unknown