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- v. Present participle of zinc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A name given to the Parkes process (which see, under process); also the operation of adding zinc to the lead bath in the Parkes process.
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But if you're not dancing hard and you're lip zincing, that's a serious problem.
But this time it looked like she lost her place lip zincing her own music.
Over zincing can damage wood or aluminum hulls and blister paint on all types of hulls.
Other matters of serious moment in the electro-zincing process, apart from the slowness of the operation, were the uncertain nature, thickness, and extent of the coating on articles of irregular shape, and the formation of loose, dark-coloured patches on the work; the unhealthy and non-metallic look and want of brilliancy and the lustre prevented engineers and the trade from accepting the process or its results, except for the commoner articles of use.
A press release says the Meretec technology is a six-step de-zincing process: