placing


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placing

1. The deposition and compaction of freshly mixed mortar or concrete in the place where it is to harden.
2. The process of applying plastic terrazzo mix to the prepared surface.
References in classic literature ?
During this time, Dantes, at the opposite side of the table, had been occupied in similarly placing his most honored guests.
I tried, therefore, to dress my food in the same manner, placing it on the live embers.
Tournaments are held in all New England states, and competitors earn points for placing at each tournament.
The entrants pushed the limits of creativity in public display by placing their art on buses, hay bales, garbage cans, teepees, and even the sides of cows and sheep.
For another easy-do centerpiece, arrange assorted colored flowers in a low, tight design, placing the stems directly in the flesh of a small watermelon half.