Definitions for "Rockwell"
Rockwell is a serif typeface belonging to the classification slab serif, or egyptian, where the serifs are unbracketed and similar in weight to the horizontal strokes of the letters. The typeface was designed at the Monotype foundry's in-house design studio in 1934. The project was supervised by Frank Hinman Pierpont.
Rockwell was the stage name of Kenneth William Gordy (born Kennedy William Gordy on March 15, 1964), who was an African-American R&B performer for the Motown label. He was born in Detroit, Michigan.
A hardness testing standard which uses the measurement of an indentation of a known substance made under controlled pressure. Primarily used for steel testing. See also C-scale, Brinell
a standard method and numerical scale used to measure hardness in metals
an unintentionally performed hardness test rendered by a trial side object on your anatomy or possesions. Requires the use of a number to rate the event. "I 50 Rockwelled on that last buster." "No way, dude, it was at least a 60!"
Rockwell is an 'L' station on the CTA's Brown Line. It is a surface level station with a single island platform, located in Chicago's Lincoln Square neighborhood at 4648 North Rockwell Avenue. The adjacent stations are Francisco, which is located across the Chicago River about ⅜ mile to the west, and Western, located about ⅓ mile to the east.
United States illustrator whose works present a sentimental idealized view of everyday life (1894-1978)