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- adj. Related to metallurgy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to metallurgy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to metallurgy, or the art of working metals.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to metallurgy
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"No. Most likely the natives didn't go through our kind of metallurgic - industrial evolution.
Even if the management of the NGC does not adopt my proposal, I still maintain this metallurgic testing program is exciting and very useful.
I realize that the metallurgic testing service is expensive and that the NGC is a profit-making business.
And the metallurgic properties of Obama's crap are of no interest to me.
Backtracking, BElanna compared the metallurgic variations within each blade.
Arch and other U.S. coal companies have been cutting production as demand from electricity and steel producers sputters, though metallurgic coal used in steelmaking is seeing a bit of a comeback.
To borrow an expression from the language of metallurgic art, they were men “at the highest degree of hardness.”
The two countries 'economies were very similar - both had industries such as forestry, mining, metallurgic industries, telecommunications and energy - with both struggling to find economic solutions in these areas.
[Fernandez Perez] Comrades presiding over this meeting, comrade delegates, and guests: Taking into consideration the efforts that the revolution is making in the mining and metallurgic development area in Moa because of its great potential for economic development and in view of our promise to
Their objective is to produce intense heat for the metallurgic and chemical industries and for the production, possibly, of elements such as hydrogen.
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