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How to use steelwork in a sentence
Ukrainians could return immediately to their farms, steelworks, factories, and ports.
Unlike buses and cars running on hydrogen, which produce energy via a reaction in a fuel cell, larger applications such as furnaces in steelworks will burn hydrogen fuel directly.Cosmic Dust From Venus Is Inspiring New Air Pollution-Busting Technology | Alexander James | June 24, 2022 | Singularity Hub
We do hear of her rescue and then an embracing of a new life of manual steelwork—and Jim’s apparent vanishing from her life.‘Dana H.’ Was Kidnapped by a Psychopath. Now Her Ordeal Is a Broadway Play. | Tim Teeman | October 18, 2021 | The Daily Beast
It was also evident, from the brightness of their steelwork, that they would be second to none in any ceremonial parade.
At that he was stooping over some fine steelwork and he heard a step behind him.Ulric the Jarl | William O. Stoddard
As in the case of the Long Island shafts, the steelwork for only the lower 40 ft. was ordered at the start.Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. LXVIII, Sept. 1910 | James H. Brace, Francis Mason and S. H. Woodard
The swords were blunt on edge and point, and the hilts were basketed with strong steelwork.Ned, the son of Webb | William O. Stoddard
Of ordinary steelwork the same cannot be said, the common experience being that mild steel is very liable to be attacked by rust.The Anatomy of Bridgework | William Henry Thorpe
British Dictionary definitions for steelwork
a frame, foundation, or building, or article made of steel: the steelwork of a skyscraper
- steelworking, noun
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