However, the blackening
has been largely ignored, save for recent articles by McEntire (2007), and Young (2016a, 2016b).
And what Machine Head is about on "The Blackening
" is unfiltered rage.
Meanwhile, makethe blackening
compound by simply mixing all the ingredients together.
Command considered adding its own in-house black-oxide finishing system in the past, but a growing preference for shiny shank toolholders and other factors caused a drop in blackening
needs until a few years ago.
(7) Infections that can cause blackening
of the esophageal mucosa include Canadida (8) and herpes (9) infections.
"It's really, really, bad luck not to have a blackening
before you get married", says Lindsey
PX-5-L single-component blackening
agent for stainless steels -- including martensitic, ferritic, austenitic and Duplex -- also works with cast and malleable irons.
Yesterday, flames 60 feet high raced towards Sydney, blackening
bushland and coming close to suburbs within a mile of the city's central area.
For example, during the 1970s, a typical announcement in the New York Amsterdam News read: "Sunday Blackening
: Variety of artists and speakers every Sunday.
HPM Corp, Mt Gilead, OH, a manufacturer of injection molding presses, recently installed a blackening
system to replace paint for finishing large hydraulic manifolds and other machined components used in its presses.
That's why blackening
the exterior of a rare steak with a flash searing leaves meat relatively free of HCAs, as does precooking it at relatively low temperatures in the microwave and then browning the surface quickly in a broiler.
There is no reason to doubt that the blackening
of the notation in these instances conveyed precisely the meaning that blackened notation had always conveyed.