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- n. The process or art of shaping things out of metal.
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- n. The art and craft of shaping metal.
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- n. the activity of making things out of metal in a skillful manner
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Like numerous other artists from the fields of music, dance and painting, and crafts such as metalworking, embroidery and the like, she saw in Yemenite art an ancient, untainted Jewish culture that had survived from the days of the forefathers.
Some of the traditional skills taught there such as metalworking, spinning, and weaving would be important in the event of a societal collapse.
Two hundred thousand machinists, along with their five hundred thousand allies in the metalworking trades, had been defeated in as bloody
One goal was to give high school students skills needed for metalworking and other manufacturing jobs.
Manganese is often emitted by metalworking plants, Solomon says.
Reuse and ingenuity in Nairobi's metalworking industry - Boing Boing
In the presence of nitrates or nitrosating compounds, these four compounds all used in metalworking pose an unreasonable risk of cancer.
Hanging on a long chain attached to the second-floor ceiling was a large wrought-iron chandelier, so fine and detailed it looked like it had been spun from some magical metalworking spider.
Because of this risk, TSCA was used to prohibit adding nitrates or nitrosating compounds pdf to metalworking fluids that contain these four compounds.
Among the exports of intermediate goods that declined were mechanical-engineering products and farming equipment; capital goods included metalworking and industrial machinery, the ONS said.