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  • verb Present participle of alloy.

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  • Manganese, Magnesium and other metals used in alloying steel have seen export limits and taxes to keep both resources and jobs at home, yet they roam the world buying all they can get of other materials.

    Archive 2009-10-18

  • Manganese, Magnesium and other metals used in alloying steel have seen export limits and taxes to keep both resources and jobs at home, yet they roam the world buying all they can get of other materials.

    Crystal balls : The Five Year View

  • Words we assumed to have fixed meaning slowly begin to lose meaning, begin to take on new sound and new sense, and, finally, return to a meaning that has been enriched with new alloying elements, both uncanny and astounding.

    Experimental Fiction

  • “Aluminum for Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil is placed into alloying furnaces at the continuous cast plant in Hot Springs, Arkansas and heated until molten.”

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  • Let nothing stop this lavish spending of our budget surplus on middle class, union pay package jobs, from mining to slaging to smelting to alloying to smithing, let all our liberal trades harvest in jobs and pensionable hours. posted by Fenris Badwulf at 3: 18 AM

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • By the mid 60s AD, Nero was alloying silver with cheaper metals, a process virtually impossible to detect.

    How an Iranian 'Oil Bourse' Threatens the American Empire

  • But UBS said in December that with demand expected to grow by 4.2%, the increasing supply of zinc, used in galvanizing and alloying, would tip the market into a 600,000-ton surplus in 2008, after a 200,000-ton deficit last year.

    Teck Cominco's Net Falls 68%

  • Durdles unfeelingly takes out his two – foot rule, and measures the lines calmly, alloying them with stone – grit.

    The Mystery of Edwin Drood

  • More than two hours after the powder's discovery at about 11:30 a.m., fire-rescue officials identified the substance as tellurium, a poisonous alloying agent used in coloring glass and strengthening lead.

    Archive 2007-01-07

  • More than two hours after the powder's discovery at about 11:30 a.m., fire-rescue officials identified the substance as tellurium, a poisonous alloying agent used in coloring glass and strengthening lead.

    Powder scare at Palm Beach County Courthouse

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