Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. aloyer, OF. alier, allier, later allayer, fr. L. aligare,. See Alloy (n.) Ally (v. t.), and cf. Allay
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. alei (Fr. aloi), aleier—L. alligāre. The modern Fr. words aloi and aloyer were confounded with Fr. à loi, to law, and the same confusion was transferred into English.
Janetta's unselfish admiration for her friend was as simple as it was true, and it was never alloyed by envy or toadyism.
"A True Friend" by Adeline Sergeant
It ate through steel and aluminum alloy like putty.
"Gold in the Sky" by Alan Edward Nourse
Prince's metal (so called from Prince Rupert), a fine brass alloyed with copper and arsenicum, is occasionally named.
"Customs and Fashions in Old New England" by Alice Morse Earle
Tiny dots of alloy formed critical junctions, connected by minute, sprayed-in threads of conductor material.
"Alarm Clock" by Everett B. Cole
Nor was this prosperity without alloy.
"The History of Tasmania, Volume I (of 2)" by John West
Not only, however, when metals are united like zinc and copper to form an alloy, is it possible to obtain the bands which belong to them.
"Fragments of science, V. 1-2" by John Tyndall
For that is not pure and perfect which, is alloyed with self-interest.
"The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. VII (of X)--Continental Europe I" by Various
Apparently, it was made of plastic, or some light alloy, for he handled it as though it weighed very little.
"Final Weapon" by Everett B. Cole
It is too soft for such uses unless some alloy, usually copper or silver, is mixed with it to make it harder.
"Diggers in the Earth" by Eva March Tappan
A part of the copper is mixed with zinc to form brass, an alloy much used in light machinery.
"Commercial Geography" by Jacques W. Redway
Along her laughter rippled
The melody of joy;
She drank from every chalice,
And tasted no alloy.
"A Laugh -- And A Moan" by Abram Joseph Ryan
O perfect day without alloy!
O song of breeze and wild bird's wing!
It was an ecstasy of joy
To be a living thing.
"A Contrast" by Cicely Fox Smith
For on its wing was dark alloy,
And, as it flutter'd- fell
An essence- powerful to destroy
A soul that knew it well.
"The Happiest Day-The Happiest Hour" by Edgar Allan Poe
The spirit that makes my singing
The gladness without alloy,
Oh, Heart of a Hundred Sorrows,
I bring thee a little joy.
"Heart Of A Hundred Sorrows" by Theodosia Garrison
In sooth, he heard all forest sounds
With real sportsman's joy;
And here he always pleasure found,
With little of alloy.
"The Huntsman And His Hound" by Thomas Frederick Young
Then who shall say the tempest's work
Brings more of pain than joy;
Or that the evil things, to us
Are pain, without alloy?
"A Snow Storm" by Thomas Frederick Young
He was a heavy equipment operator for SKW Alloys in Calvert City.
He was a heavy-equipment operator for SKW Alloys in Calvert City.
United Performance Metals, Hamilton, OH, a supplier of specialty stainless-steel and high-temperature alloys, has unveiled a redesigned website, with plenty of new additions.
Ceramic crowns are an aesthetically pleasing alternative to alloy crowns.
Revision of A90 / A90M - 11Standard Test Method for Weight of Coating on Iron and Steel Articles with Zinc or Zinc-Alloy Coatings .
PVD coatings , as shown, are best applied when turning high-temperature alloys.
Chromate conversion coatings have been used on magnesium alloys and Zn-Ni platings mainly for temporary corrosion protection and to improve the adhesive bonding characteristics of the surface.
The crusher has a special hardened alloy one piece cutting drum fitted with over 200 tapered teeth.
Website a Cornucopia of Copper-Alloy Info.
This paper introduces a newly developed system for increased corrosion protection for zinc and zinc-alloy coated surfaces.
The gilt copper alloy plaque is from 17th century Nepal.
These days, for high-end bikes where weight is at a premium, they use aluminium alloys or even carbon fibre.
Indian stocks had their biggest drop this month as earnings reports from companies including State Bank of India, the largest lender, and Tata Steel Ltd, the biggest producer of the alloy, disappointed investors.
Located on the shores of the St Lawrence River in Québec, Aluminerie de Bécancour is an aluminum smelter that produces 400,000 metric tons of aluminum annually in the form of rolling ingots, T-ingots (pure and alloyed), and billets.
A component of the forward fuselage, the part was milled from a block of aluminum alloy by a five-axis, high-performance machining center.
N , N being the number of unit cells of the alloy.
Electron states in a one-dimensional random binary alloy
It comprises inter alia high temperature superconducting oxides1 and various heavy fermion alloys.2 Two models are usually used to study such system.
Interplay of Disorder and Correlations
Comparison of the DOS of (a) disordered noninteracting A1−xBx alloy with x = 0.5, εA = 0, εB = −0.3eV with that calculated for the same alloy but with interacting carriers (b).
Interplay of Disorder and Correlations
Continuing along those lines, it may be possible to tune some of the properties of the metal-boron tubes by forming alloys.
Typical examples of random-anisotropy magnets are amorphous rareearth – transition metal alloys.
Phase Transition in the Random Anisotropy Model