n. (plural of coding English)
Usage examples of "codings".
The ceiling had been lowered, which indicated that the occupant-to-be either crawled or did not stand very tall, and the plumbing and power supply lines, revealed by the incomplete wall paneling, bore the color codings for a warm-blooded oxygen-breather with normal gravity and atmospheric pressure requirements.
The color codings, if present, will mean something entirely different.
This might explain why, even today, and doubtless numerous genetic codings later, codings obviously favoring frequent and aperiodic sexuality, some women are, so to speak, in addition, still “called by the moon.
A more than usual number of asymmetrical beards with their own subtle identifications and codings of status.