She first tried meth as a fifteen-year-old in the welding shop at Los Lunas High School.
Oleksander was still in his welding sleeves, carrying his welding mask.
Today a thousand hammers are welding the ribs of these huge sea-monsters; and cannon balls are being moulded by the ship-load.
Also, a machine with which the hercules facilitates the welding of anchors.
In this case, the alignment of the parts is a part of the process in welding the rod, and setting it after welding.
These processes are not welding processes and will not be described here.
The welding flame should be absolutely neutral, without excess of either gas.
The parts covered by the cloth must be dried thoroughly if any welding on them.
If the pieces are very large much of the welding can be done while in the fire.
Darkness was coming and the pack was welding itself together.
1590s, alteration of well (v.) "to boil, rise;" influenced by past participle form welled. Related: Welded; welding.
plant (Resedo luteola) producing yellow dye, late 14c., from Old English *wealde, perhaps a variant of Old English wald "forest" (cf. Middle Low German walde, Middle Dutch woude). Spanish gualda, French gaude are Germanic loan-words.
"joint formed by welding," 1831, from weld (v.).