The permeability of cobalt, both annealed and unannealed, was always diminished at the low temperature.
Small flasks or phials of unannealed glass, which fly to pieces when their surface is scratched by a hard body.
In all these phenomena the behavior was that of unannealed glass, of which so many curious performances have been related.
Appearance of the black cross and coloured circles in a square and circular piece of unannealed glass in the polariscope.
The brittleness of unannealed glass by change of temperature is sometimes very great.
This is due to residual magnetism (see 14), and points to hard or unannealed iron in the cores or armature.
Old English onælan "to set on fire, kindle," from on- "on" + ælan "to burn, bake," from Proto-Germanic *ailan, "probably" [Watkins] from PIE *ai- "to burn" (see ash (n.1)); related to Old English æled "fire, firebrand," Old Norse eldr, Danish ild "fire." Related: Annealed; annealing.