from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Brass in sheets or broad thin plates.
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After cooling, the bars are driven between immense rollers, to be formed into sheet-brass.
An extremely useful counterpoise is a small sheet-brass cylinder about
A concave disk of sheet-brass, made to conform to the shape of the bottom of the cell, with a narrow rim turned up all around, of about
I requested him to make a sheet-brass oil-cup and solder it to the base I had.
They are simply hemispheres of sheet-brass, and fitted closely over the eyeballs, beneath the lids.
I had thought that if we could find some sheet-brass, I could manage to make a pretty good crown, but there didn't seem to be anything of the kind in the place.