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forge

1. a place in which metal is worked by heating and hammering; smithy
2. a hearth or furnace used for heating metal
3. a machine used to shape metals by hammering

forge

[fȯrj]
(metallurgy)
To form a metal, usually hot, into desirable shapes by employing compressive forces.
A machine or place in which metal is formed hot, or where iron is produced from its ore.
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Forgers often raced against the clock to copy real documents, which were smuggled out of Nazi-occupied Europe then returned before anyone noticed.
In a paper published in Science Advances, Forger and his co-authors used the data they collected from ENTRAIN to provide an overview of the social and solar cues that influence when we go to sleep and when we wake up.
In his latest novel, Bradford Morrow exposes the dark side of the rare-book world, where literary forgers create fake letters, signatures and manuscripts by famous authors.
With the advent of technical art history, which brings historical research to bear on scientific analysis, the cat-and-mouse game between forgers and experts has moved on to new territory--as witnessed in the now infamous Beltracchi case
At the conclusion of the four sessions, information collected from each will be aggregated and released as a report before the end of the year, Forger said.
Readers seeking an engaging novel about artists and art scandals will find The Art Forger rewarding for its skillful balance of brisk plotting, significant emotional depth, and a multi-layered narration rich with a sense of moral conscience.
Heyworth plans to compare the signature with that of well-known forgers as well as known Shakespeare signatures such as those on his wills.
WINNING BREED Hallfield Forger, Overall male champion at British Blonde Society sale at Carlisle
You, Me and Yesterday is a collaboration between Staffordshire-based writer, composer and film maker Tobias Churton and former modern art forger John Myatt.
The notorious forger also succeeded in imitating paintings by the English painter L.
Memoirs of a Master Forger, written under the pseudonym William Heaney, is the story of a book forger who sees demons.
According to Clive Prince and author Lynn Picknett, that forger was none other than Leonardo Da Vinci.