high brass


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high brass

[′hī ¦bras]
(metallurgy)
The most common commercial wrought brass containing about 35% zinc and 65% copper.

common brass, high brass

An alloy containing 65% copper, 35% zinc; the most common of commercial wrought brasses.
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Inside the building, performers will include the Seven Hills Charter School Show Choir, Burncoat High Brass Ensemble, and Jazz Summit from the Joy of Music Program.
5 shot to its 28-gauge Super-X High Brass line, while Fiocchi has added the 28-gauge to its premium Golden Pheasant line with 7/8-ounce of nickel-plated No.
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The office of the Mayor started sending out invitations this week with council and management high brass indicated to speak at the official celebrations.
These guns fail to function flawlessly with the Argentine 2 3/4" shells, even the high brass Fiocchi loads that are made in Argentina.