Of note in particular is the sad, lingering air around Dying Iranian solder, 1987.
Tantalum helps you send text messages, tin is the solder on every circuit board and gold is the little connecting piece.
Now solder the pasteboard to the jar with melted candle making the joints tight all the way around.
The spout is soldered on, but even the solder is made chiefly of aluminum.
The pan or paper can then be taken up and the solder put back into the pot without waste.
He lifted the pan of solder off the fire, set it aside, too, and got up.
This match was intended to solder up the long feuds of the Montefeltri and Malatesta.
solder is flowed around the pivot to hold it securely in place.
The four 103/8 pieces make the vertical corners and we will solder them in place.
For laboratory purposes three kinds of solder are in general sufficient.
mid-14c., sawd "mend by soldering," from solder (n.). Modern form is a re-Latinization from early 15c. Related: Soldered; soldering.
early 14c., soudur, from Old French soldure, soudeure, from souder, originally solder, "to consolidate, close, fasten together, join with solder" (13c.), from Latin solidare "to make solid," from solidus "solid" (see solid (adj.)).
Modern form in English is a re-Latinization from early 15c. The loss of Latin -l- in that position on the way to Old French is regular, e.g. poudre from pulverem, cou from collum, chaud from calidus. The -l- typically is sounded in British English but not in American, according to OED, but cf. Fowler, who wrote that solder without the "l" was "The only pronunciation I have ever heard, except from the half-educated to whom spelling is a final court of appeal ..." and was baffled by the OED's statement that it was American. Related: Soldered; soldering. The noun is first attested late 14c.