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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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"Some systems are even able to model battery needs for fleets into the future," adds Forger, "greatly extending battery life.
"We are just starting to understand and study the ways in which gender identity, rather than sex, may cause the brain to differ in males and females," Forger added.
Oftentimes in fantasy, world building is a priority; as a sequel, The Heart Forger is not beholden to that.
Immigration police said Iqbal was affiliated with a shadowy Iranian master forger known as The Doctor' who sold Triple A' quality passports to refugees, economic migrants and criminals from a Bangkok suburb for nearly 20 years.Detectives hailed his 2016 arrest as a major breakthrough in the fight against passport crime although other forgers have taken his place.
Given an instance (g, [g.sup.a], [g.sup.b]) [member of] G of the CDH problem, the algorithm B simulates the challenger and interacts with the forger [A.sub.1] in Game I.
"It is clear from our analysis that this work was likely all carried out by one forger: Charles Dawson."
Forger is the senior author of a new study that analysed the sleep habits of more than 5,000 users of a mobile phone app known as ENTRAIN.
In the messages, she allegedly cursed her uncle as "tyrannous, wicked and a forger".
As to other parts of the world, the trials of the Norwegian extremist Anders Behring Breivik (who killed 77 people) show that he was the biggest degree forger in Europe and made a fortune selling them to prominent officials in the US, Canada and the European Union.
There are at least three forgers on the pages of this novel by Bradford Morrow, which provides a glimpse into the mind and the "art" of the forger's work, providing intriguing nuances of the trade.
Senior Member Board of Revenue said that the mission of Punjab Chief Minister to make the province corruption free and foil the nefarious designs of forgers is being implemented.
He said that forger mafia deserves no sympathy and leniency.