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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of braze.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In heraldry, same as braced, 1.


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  • Some are brazed, meaning gas welding, some are MIG welded.


  • - each of which is "brazed," or bonded, in silver alloy.

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  • Cooper bike T250 AintreePrice £895Frame Reynolds double-butted brazed steel Gears Sturmey Archer five-speedWeight 9. 6kgBrakes Tektro calliperAdded extras Brooks saddle and handlebar tapeIn a word Retro

    On the road: Cooper T250 Aintree bicycle

  • Scavengers brazed icy surf to collect planks: Despite having issued warnings about not picking up the timber, police failed to prevent locals from illegally taking the wood for themselves ….

    2009 February « Scavenging

  • I started chasing the white dog when Kris brazed together the first worm, years ago.


  • Yes | No | Report from Visitor wrote 2 years 4 days ago uhhh, didn't the 788 have issues with bolt stretch or something. semi-hot handloads would cause them to lock up and the owners would bust off the brazed on bolt handles with a block of wood trying to get them open? it was accurate though, lol.

    On Cheap Rifles, Part II

  • Even if the perp cut the top tube, a lot of bending would be required to get it past the brazed-on cable guide.

    Alarming Data: Number Crunching and Gear Mashing

  • Then, after a certain hour — when Campari and brazed goose had lulled most foreigners into a carefree stupor — he could emerge, as if from nowhere, and scare the foie gras out of them.

    The Arab Bank

  • The valve, which was brazed onto the copper pipe, was beyond me -- I don't have the pipe cutters, torch or solder, and if I did, I could see setting my kitchen on fire, so I called the plumber.


  • Sure enough, its massive copper bars had been hand-brazed fast in their fingers.

    Archive 2009-08-01


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