Sorry, no definitions found.
“Many GoBot toys came with (proportionally) giant, chrome-plated guns, but in the series, as an attempt to help curb the violence, Hanna-Barbera elected to have all of the robots shot energy beams from their hands.”
“Plastic bearings have long been used on the pistons to avoid the possibility of metal-to-metal pick up; however s.g. iron bearings were commonly used on both chrome-plated and phosphor-bronze plated rod finishes.”
“It uses a kind of stainless steel found in shipbuilding rather than the piece's chrome-plated metal.”
“But Mr. Khan—a slight, soft-spoken man who took up boxing as a child in Kiev, Ukraine, and as an adult has been said to carry a chrome-plated pistol under his sport coat—makes no apologies for Alfa's style.”
“Gianluca Armento , brand manager for Cassina, says the chrome-plated pieces can rust if scratched.”
“The SWING is manufactured from an aluminum sheet with laser cutting technology and lacquered in different colors that are accented by chrome-plated steel foot rods that add brightness and sleek elegance to its sparkling modern look.”
“Not if it has fewer chrome-plated features than ObamaCare-compliant plans.”
“Nudie replaced door handles, switches and controls with chrome-plated pistols and horse heads; the hand-tooled leather seats are festooned with silver dollars, and he mounted a saddle between the driver's and front passenger seat.”
“Other contaminants, such as copper and lead, may be introduced through corrosion of a homeowner's own pipes or through leaching of brass or chrome-plated faucets and fixtures.”
“Presley had planned to present Nixon with a chrome-plated World War II. 45-caliber pistol, but the Secret Service relieved him of it, explaining he couldn't take it into the Oval Office.”
Looking for tweets for chrome-plated.