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“At one minute the whole building shook to the thunder of a grinning regiment; an instant later it clattered to the wrought-steel hammer of a thousand hoofs, as led troop-horses danced into formation to invade the waiting trucks.”
“On the other hand, the big buckled boots themselves seemed genuine, their soles bristling with wrought-steel calks.”
“With front wheels nicking the wrought-steel bumper of the car in front, he stopped, feverishly cramped his steering-wheel, slid back into the vacant space and, with eighteen inches of room, manoeuvered to bring the car level with the curb.”
“One system consists of a circular, wrought-steel, closed tank, made air - and water-tight, a force pump for pumping water into the tank, and pipe connections.”
“The cast-iron drumheads used in No. 20 were replaced by wrought-steel flanged and "bumped" heads.”
“B.W. G. Boilers of the longitudinal drum type are suspended front and rear from wrought-steel supporting frames entirely independent of the brickwork.”
“The various designs of this all wrought-steel boiler are fully illustrated in the following pages.”
“The drums were made longer and the sections connected to wrought-steel cross boxes riveted to the bottom of the drums.”
“In the wrought-steel inclined headers the handhole openings are either circular or elliptical, the former being ordinarily supplied.”
“He had the most beautiful tenor voice, which, when he spoke was like liquid silver, and, when he sang elaborate opera passages, made one see glorious wrought-steel gateways of heavenly palaces.”
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