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For some scenes a pho-tog-ra-pher's screens were used for a back-ground.Pages for Laughing Eyes|Unknown
Phytography, fī-tog′raf-i, n. the department of botany relating to the particular description of species of plants.
Polyautography, pol-i-aw-tog′ra-fi, n. the art of multiplying copies of one's own handwriting.
Say, did you fellows stop to tog up before you came to the fire?The Winning Touchdown|Lester Chadwick
Poens daret4 utrum vellet succlmantibus, Fabius, excuss5 tog, bellum s dare dcit.Selections from Viri Romae|Charles Franois L'Homond
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British Dictionary definitions for tog (2 of 2)
- a unit of thermal resistance used to measure the power of insulation of a fabric, garment, quilt, etc. The tog-value of an article is equal to ten times the temperature difference between its two faces, in degrees Celsius, when the flow of heat across it is equal to one watt per m²
- (as modifier)tog-rating