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  • n. Plural form of forging.


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  • But the forgings are the same; we've had to bore out a bit and fit new bushes.

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  • Atop this, Smith welded five S-shaped forgings he'd also found at Voltri, placed sequentially in a regular A-B-A-B-A pattern.

    Forged in the Classical Tradition

  • But when compared to other forgings manufacturers, the issue appears expensive.

    Morning News Roundup

  • This unit will enable the company to supply large single piece forgings, majority of which are currently being imported in India.

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  • Firth Rixson was a Carlyle-held metal forgings company I ran from 2002-05.

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  • Moody's Investor Service projects higher operating costs based on the quickly escalating price of metals, forgings, other materials and labor needed to construct reactors.

    The Business Case Against Nuclear Power

  • Recently bought a cheap used german 22LR SAA style revolver which is mostly aluminum castings/forgings and all the screw threads were full of that powdery white aluminum "rust".

    Some Peeves from a Gunsmith

  • Samson AG, an over Euro 500 million, family-owned manufacturer of valves and measurement equipment, could look at acquisitions in India for castings and forgings, senior company officials said.

    Deals India: Morning News Roundup

  • Take forgings, castings and fastener supplier Precision Castparts

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  • The entire gun, including the single-action trigger, is solid steel forgings and then hand fitted.

    The Black Madonna


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