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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).
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Inlaying, vbl. n. [Lay v.] a. Laying or placing in. b. Cf. Inlair n. and to lay in (a dam), Lay v. —a. 1554–5 Edinb. B. Rec. II. 303.
For redding of the nether tolbuith, inlaying of thir treis
b. 1580 Reg. Great S. 7/1.
Alia necessaria dictorum molendinorum, viz. lie faill, devattis, stane and tymmer ad inlaying of the dammis

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