stopping off


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stopping off

[′stäp·iŋ ′ȯf]
(metallurgy)
Local deposition of a protective coating, such as copper or fireclay, to prevent carburization, decarburization, or nitriding during heat treatment.
Filling up a portion of the mold cavity to keep out molten metal.
Applying a nonconducting layer to avoid electrodeposition in certain areas.
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He'll be stopping off at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena, where he'll play three shows over three nights - performing on April 13, 14 and 15 next year.
Last year 15,000 to 20,000 Pink Footed geese passed through the reserve stopping off from Iceland on their passage south.
He travels from the most northerly tip of the UK to the south, stopping off at the numerous islands that litter the coastline along the way.
He was unsure how the English would accept him, so he travelled slowly, stopping off at places like Newcastle, Durham and York, in a winning of hearts and minds exercise.
My only regret is that we are not stopping off longer in the various places.
She recalled the time Hurd sought referrals for a troubled woman he'd met while stopping off for a soda.
Afterwards we were on our way to Lake Charles, LA, stopping off at Rippers skatepark for a stretch and final skate before we made our way to the casino to stay the night, lose some per diem, and witness the Guzman in action.
Dave Benbow's Summer Cruising is a novel of gay romance and steamy sex aboard the cruise ship RMS Princess Diana as it and her passengers sail through the waters of a sun-drenched Mediterranean, stopping off at picturesque ports of call along the way.
The Clwyd West Am will spend five days cycling the country, stopping off en route for talks with local residents and council chiefs.