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- adj. Of or relating to metallurgy, the study of metals and their properties.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or connected with metallurgy; belonging to the working of metals : as, metallurgical investigations or pursuits.
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- adj. of or relating to metallurgy
"Initiatives are well underway across our businesses to continue to strengthen and differentiate our retail offerings and there is a positive outlook for the resource sector, including near-term metallurgical coal prices, which will benefit our industrial businesses."
"We're believers in metallurgical coal, and that the supply-and-demand dynamics are fundamentally strong," he added.
Chairman of Industrias Peñoles, the leading Latin American metallurgical company that refines gold, lead and zinc.
In 1972 he received his Ph.D. in metallurgical engineering, and having cast about for jobs, went to work in Amsterdam for a consulting firm called FDO.
For instance, historical individuals associated with the university include Professor Kotaro Honda for his contributions in metallurgical engineering, Professor Hidetsugu Yagi, the inventor of the wellknown Yagi antenna (patented in 1940), and
That is one of the reasons why Dofasco has invested almost $3 million to endow chairs in metallurgical engineering, and in process automation and information technology at McMaster University in Hamilton, and at the University of British Columbia.
Long-term metallurgical coal supply curtailments could cause some thermal coal to shift into the metallurgical coal market, causing shortages in thermal coal as well.
Canada's diversified miner, Teck Resources, is bringing its debt levels back on target largely due to a huge surge in Chinese metallurgical coal purchases.
These strategic acquisitions will provide West Hawk with near term metallurgical coal production and confirm it as a focused coal developing and mining company with an exceptional growth profile.
Carbon Footprints met Some market watchers have urged investors to shift toward the type of coal used in steelmaking, known as metallurgical coal, or "met," which trades at a higher price and has more exposure to China's steel sector, an expanding market.
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