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leaded

(of petrol) containing tetraethyl lead in order to improve combustion
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In the lamplight her figure, slim and strong, looked like the figure of the boy in the presence of the Christ on the leaded window.
wrinkled and bloated by the heat of the hottest room, and handed it to Raffles with my thumb upon the leaded paragraphs.
Even in June there were leaders, letters, large headlines, leaded type; the Daily Chronicle devoting half its literary page to a charming drawing of the island capital which the new Pall Mall, in a leading article headed by a pun, advised the Government to blow to flinders.
In time for the observance of All Saints' Day, a cause-oriented group has warned the public against buying candles with leaded wicks.
The former has attractive leaded windows, dual aspect views to the front garden and rolling countryside, a feature fireplace with a wooden surround and tiled flooring.
The spacious accommodation comprises porch, reception hall wit Parquet flooring and leaded light windows, lounge, dining room, modern fitted breakfast kitchen, utility room and storage room all to the ground floor.
In the end, the growing cost differential between leaded materials and components will force a shift to lead-free electronics in high-reliability applications, says IPC.
A leaded light style glazed porch leads into a welcoming reception hall with guest cloakroom that houses a toilet and basin as well as providing ample hanging for cloaks.
And inside it was a collection of leaded lights and door panes original to the Normanby Road home.
The living room is entered via double doors with a luxurious fitted carpet and the dining room has a lantern roof, with a ceiling fan, plus double-glazed and leaded doors leading to the rear garden.