naval brass

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A regular winner of awards in international competitions, such as at Adelaide, Australia, in 1887, by the end of the century James Cartland and Son, with between 600 and 700 workers, was the largest employer in Birmingham in the builders' cabinet furnishing and naval brass foundry trades.
Having snared their reluctant recruit, the naval brass presents Eddie with an offer-and an officer-that he can't refuse.
On a more serious note, though, I got the chance in my acceptance speech to say to the assembled top naval brass that I owed the prize to Liverpool and Merseyside.
Fabricated from aluminum, 316 stainless steel, or naval brass, the instruments are rated for 3,000 to 10,000 psig, line pressures and offer selectable differential pressure ranges from 5 to 1,000 psid, depending on the model.
The naval brass evidently has decided it's time to challenge the dominance of the American military on movie screens.
14), one made of 464 naval brass and another of 304 stainless steel, both having a L/D = 20 and D = 1 mm.
In addition, detailed technical specifications are given for the plate's metal content, which suggest that the metal is naval brass rather than common brass and invited comparison with analysis of the actual plate's metal.
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