Centreing or centring free
I love the intensity of a whirlpool's centring of things. Framing used to support an arch or dome while it is under construction. The centring is normally made of wood which was a relatively straightforward structure in a simple arch or vault but with more complex shapes clay or sand bound by a weak lime mortar mix could be used. The
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Spelling and pronunciation are linked, but its a bit chickenandegg. As the British spelling comes from French and the American comes from Webster, its highly likely that the pronunciation of centringcentering follows from the spelling. My Britishdictionary browser objects to centering.
Centring. Centring, centre, centering, or center is a type of falsework: the temporary structure upon which the stones of an arch or vault are laid during construction. Until the keystone is inserted an arch has no strength and needs the centring to keep the voussoirs in their correct relative positions.
Centring is a synonym of centering. As verbs the difference between centring and centering is that centring is while centering is. As nouns the difference between centring and centering is that centring is the act of moving something to the centre while centering is (countable) temporary wooden structure built to support an arch during construction.
Compound nouns. A compound noun is a noun that is formed from two or more words. The meaning of the whole compound is often different from the meaning of the two words on their own. Compound nouns are very common. T
US English uses the spelling centering . The British version is centring which is also an architectural noun (temporary structures used to support arches).
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