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- Forging, a process in which metal is heated and hammered into shape produces the type of furniture known as "wrought" metal.
- Whitesmith can also refer to the person who polishes or finishes the metal rather than forging it.
- When these nations set about forging formal political institutions, they often modeled themselves on Constantinople.
- Security. Counterfeiting paper notes is easier than forging coins, especially true given the proliferation of color photocopiers and computer image scanners.
- Yet the culture of anarcho-punk made the forging of political alliances outside of its own ranks immensely difficult.
- He ended; Juno and Minerva heard, Low-murmuring deep disgust; for side by side They forging sat calamity to Troy.
- By forging all IP packets to be from ALICE (but being source routed through your own machine), then you get free access to the victim network.
- His career focused largely on forging the Salian Franks on the northern Rhine River and the Ripuarian Franks on the lower Rhine into a single dominion.
- The forging of stainless steel has given rise to a fresh approach to architectural blacksmithing in recent years.
- But the dream of "Israel's founding fathers" - of forging a "new Jew" - has not come true, historian Tom Segev concludes.
- At Sarah's Vineyard, we share a dream of forging fine food-friendly wines that express the unique qualities of this secluded pastoral area.
- Athens today is ever evolving, forging a brand new identity for the 21st century.
- Faced with these bleak choices, and after spending six weeks in jail, he confessed to forging the paintings attributed to Vermeer and Pieter de Hooch.
- An attacker can make use of this by simply forging one of these ICMP messages, and sending it to one or both of the communicating hosts.
- A pritchel is a type of punch used in forging, particularly in manufacturing horseshoes.
- In Norse mythology, the dwarves (Old Norse: dvergar) are highly significant entities associated with stones, the underground and forging.
- Iron use, in smelting and forging for tools, appears in West Africa by 1200 BC, making it one of the first places for the birth of the Iron Age.
- Due to artisans furthering the craft of forging swords in the Bronze Age and the Iron Age, they became an absolute necessity for close combat.
- Mark is training on and off the court and is forging his way to a come back in professional tennis.
- With the Open Source community revolutionizing telephony, Askterisk is the forging the way ahead.
- And so the Texan pushed hard, forging his way through the field from 12th on the first lap.
- Supporters also accuse Tai Situpa of forging the letter ostensibly written by the 16th Karmapa and containing the clues about his new incarnation.
- It was from this time that the focus of training became the strengthening of the will and the forging of the mind and body.
- Instrumental in forging a distinctly American style of composition, he was widely known as "the dean of American composers".
- Now, my national comrades, you members of factory cells are now the blacksmiths who are forging our German people.
- Educationally, China is forging ahead as partnerships and exchanges with foreign universities have helped create new research opportunities for its students.
- For the past four years the Pewterers have been forging a different role for themselves at St Judes school in Hackney, north London.
- By preserving the ancient world, and forging the medieval, the Byzantine Empire's influence is hard to truly grasp.
- Individuals gradually acquire the power to make, apply, and enforce rules by forging a series of private contracts with particular individuals or families.
- Forging a path for future artists, he played an instrumental role in establishing the dramatic and eloquent vocabulary of the Baroque style.
- The role of hardship in forging better and closer ties within families has now been explored in a new book from the bestselling American writer Po Bronson.
- Camille Gutt also played a major role in forging the Benelux, and by this contributed to the formation of the European Union.
- The Butchers' Hall and St Bartholomew's Hospital have also stood side by side for years, forging links that still exist today.
- Many in the U.K. regard Buddhism as a monastic religion, but forging links with the community is at the heart of SGI-UK's activities and identity.
- Lemass is remembered for his tireless work to develop Irish industry and for forging new links between the Republic and Northern Ireland in the 1960s.
- There are five basic operations or techniques employed in forging: drawing, shrinking, bending, upsetting and punching.
- The first part deals with the forging of the sword Tyrfing by the Dwarves Durin and Dvalin.
- The forging and the curse The first part deals with the forging of the sword Tyrfing by the Dwarves Durin and Dvalin.
- Taira no Kiyomori seized power in Kyoto by forging an alliance with the retired emperors Shirakawa and Toba and infiltrating the kuge.
- When Hitler attacked in June 1941, Cripps became a key figure in forging an alliance between the western powers and the Soviet Union.
- The Lebanese Communist party is a key constituent and is playing a very constructive role in forging this alliance.
- It is also important for the control of many materials production techniques such as forging, rolling, or pressing.
- Due to education system and the forging of a national identity, many people are now able to speak Central Thai as well as their own local dialects.
- These steels may be heat treated after fabrication and used for general machining and forging of parts which require surface hardness and strength.
- Greeks also considered that Hephaestus, the god of fire, sat below the volcano Etna, forging the weapons of Zeus.
- From assault by bungee jump to giant mecha destruction, Rio, Yugi, Maki and Lilica spare no extreme in the forging of their own brand of justice.
- Yet Mingus avoided categorization, forging his own brand of music that fused tradition with unique and unexplored realms of jazz.
- Copper production workshops were found at Yamna culture archaeological cites, forging it in the fire and casting it the forms was well developed methods.
- Extreme care was taken in the forging and machining of the connecting rods to ensure each engine of a precisely matched set of connecting rods.
- Metals are shaped by processes such as casting, forging, flow forming, rolling, extrusion, sintering, metalworking, machining and fabrication.
- Antony (in Egypt) divorced Octavia and accused Octavian of being a social upstart, of usurping power, and of forging the adoption papers by Caesar.
- The standard methods are casting, drawing, forging, machining, rolling, and welding.
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