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ironworks

a building in which iron is smelted, cast, or wrought
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Sarah Probert, Business Studies Lecturer at NSC, who helped arrange the session, commented, "I cannot thank the British Ironworks enough for putting on such a fantastic demonstration class in Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi.
THE history of Brymbo Ironworks is to be brought alive with the help of a PS97,500 lottery grant.
A PENSIONER who bought slave shackles from a car boot sale for pounds 2 believes the relics were made at an historic South Wales ironworks and are worth a small fortune.
The gig at the city's Ironworks venue went off without a hitch, in contrast to his last tour of Scotland in May.
In fact, it is the engine house for the Ridsdale ironworks in the Rede Valley.
A large tank containing coke gas exploded at the Nagoya ironworks of Nippon Steel Corp.
Master baths are distinguished by intricately designed tiling and marble, Kohler ironworks soaking tubs and separate glass enclosed showers, all highlighted by Kohler fixtures and towel warmers.
Badger Ironworks, Menomonie, Wisconsin, is a 40-employee green sand and nobake foundry that pours 100 tons/wk of gray, ductile and austempered ductile iron and Meehanite metals.
has informed the Science and Technology Agency of the discovery at its Mizushima ironworks, the officials said.
Taylor's Ironworks is where Phil Taylor and his partner Debbie Hartill make wrought ironwork and have trained Debbie's son, Alex, to work in the business.
Desperate revellers have thrown their support behind two campaigns aimed at keeping the Ironworks music venue in Inverness open after criticising developers for "monopolising" the Highlands' thriving tourist scene.