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Synonyms for bronze

reddish-brown

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a sculpture made of bronze

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give the color and appearance of bronze to something

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get a tan, from wind or sun

of the color of bronze

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made from or consisting of bronze

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RESULTS - Under-eights, under-24kg: Gold Louie Schofield (Seishin), silver Jac Cotcher (Battle Hill), bronze Leon Devlin (Bushido).
When worn together on a single ribbon, the silver star(s) will be worn to the wearer's right of any bronze star(s).
A good deal of controversy surrounded Neil Estern's original larger-than-life bronze statue of FDR.
Yet in all likelihood, there are other materials besides bronze that form this way, he adds.
In the following chapter, Montagu explores later seventeenth-century Roman gilt bronze tabernacles, including Bernini's tabernacle for St.
Female Bronze Medal, Second Place ($2,000) Alexandra Koltun (23) U.
the Middle East was in the Bronze Age, and this spread outward slowly in all directions as the methods of copper-smelting and bronze formation diffused.
Rowe Price Institutional Large Cap Growth: Bronze (from Neutral)
13-14 years: Tom Grierson 1 bronze, 6 finals; Adam Akram 2 bronze and 3 finals; Alistair Henderson 2 finals.
2006 Melbourne, Australia Gold 11, Silver 7, Bronze 11 2010 Delhi, India Gold 8, Silver 9, Bronze 7.
Under the rules of the ACA, all employees working 30 hours or more hours per week must now be provided a comprehensive major medical coverage meeting the government guidelines which provide for a threshold of no less than the Bronze level of benefits.
aACAoTwo Silver and one Bronze were all that were handed out in the aACAyRadio' category.
At the end of the fifth day, Wapda was leading with 76 gold medal, 31 silver, and 25 bronze while HEC replaced Sindh at medal table by clinching 14 gold medals, 16 silver, and 25 bronze as Sindh came down to third by bagging same number of gold medals but the difference between the two was silver and bronze medals (10 and 13) which were less than HEC.
BRONZE, an alloy of copper and tin, has been used for making sculptures for more than 4,000 years.
The nine-year-old category saw Oliver Hall take home five gold medals, Rachel Bradley five silver and a bronze, Ellie Robinson and Sadie Dickinson a silver and bronze each, Simon Littlefair a gold, William Styles a pair of bronze's and Nathan Campling a bronze.