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  • adj. free of rust


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  • Some paints and rust-inhibitor paints need the steel to be rust-free.

    Ask the Builder: The right paint for your rusty steel

  • Get good paint, read the label, follow the directions, and you should have rust-free metal for many years.

    Good chemistry

  • Corvettes have fiberglass bodies, but under their rust-free skins the key components are metal.

    Where Corvette Lovers Meet

  • The price of nickel, which is used in some grades of stainless steel to make rust-free appliances and specialized industrial machinery, has been rising and is one of the highest priced non-precious metals.

    Theft Leaves Tons of Evidence

  • Tin had a harder time of it with Iron Maiden, who quite frankly outclassed him in the smarts department and fought like a gleaming, rust-free ninja.


  • (The pipes will be made rust-free, but they'll still be undersized.) * Labels: ACoE, flood protection posted by oyster @ 11: 26 AM

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Loads of unused land; ocean-sized underground aquifers; endless sunshine for solar power; a dry climate supremely useful for storing manufactured hard goods outdoors rust-free; vast reserves of oil and gas still; and a beautiful geogparhical position, offering trade routes to Europe, Africa and the Far East.

    [water] and the middle-east

  • Consider Johnson rust-free, as are most opponents when they're done playing the Cardinals these days. - College Football - Utah vs. Louisville

  • It's made out of a lightweight, rust-free composite material.

    CNN Transcript Jul 8, 2007

  • ¨ If you do not have a new razor blade, you can use rust-free scissors or a knife if you boil them for 20 minutes just before cutting the cord.

    Chapter 11


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