manganese bronze


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manganese bronze

[′maŋ·gə‚nēs ′bränz]
(metallurgy)
A type of brass or bronze containing about 59% copper, 39% zinc, 1.5% iron, 1% tin, and 0.1% manganese; another composition by the same name contains about 66% copper, 23% zinc, 3% iron, 4.5% aluminum, and 3.7% manganese.
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Zingo, a division of Manganese Bronze Holdings, has introduced a new service that allows residents in London, UK to dial a number and get in touch with a nearby black cab.
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Assembly of the famed cab was suspended last year after an IT blunder caused an accounting black hole and defects in steering boxes forced it to recall 400 cabs, with taxi maker Manganese Bronze subsequently going bust.
Mr Russell, who has held senior positions at Manganese Bronze, Harley Davidson and Land Rover, believes companies have a unique chance to take advantage of favourable exchange rates, a desire to buy 'British' and unrivalled investment in automotive, aerospace, medical and renewables.
Just this week came the announcement that Manganese Bronze, the Coventry-maker of London "black cabs" for more than six decades, has been sold to Geely, the private Chinese car maker that owns Volvo.