red metal

red metal

[′red ′med·əl]
(metallurgy)
A copper matte having a copper content of about 48%.
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In the smaller pocket on the right side, were several round flat pieces of white and red metal, of different bulk; some of the white, which seemed to be silver, were so large and heavy, that my comrade and I could hardly lift them.
However, the deep red metal flake is more apparent with a closer glance.
Locantro nominates small cap exploration company Red Metal Limited (ASX:RDM) and drug discovery company Dimerix Ltd (ASX:DXB) as two of the most promising 10 cent stock investments at the moment.
White stucco walls, tile, red metal roofing and Spanish baroque motifs on the walls and windows create a magnificent, yet familiar look.
Rouge Dior Ultra Rouge, which comes in an elegant couture case crafted from an ultra- modern lacquered red metal, is an ode to red.
The red metal has a reputed doctorate in economics since its price trends allegedly predict the global economic cycle in real time.
The interior is a mishmash of retro-inspired furnishings: wooden tables, red wrought-iron ferforje chairs , vintage wallpaper of Downtown Cairo, red pendant lamps and wall sconces, and a red metal spiral staircase.
The red metal -- which accounted for almost 23 percent, or P5.25 billion, of the total metallic mineral production value -- was down by 3 percent, or 2,355 dry metric tons in mine output from 72,194 dry metric tons to 69,839 dry metric tons, year-on-year.
The red metal used in construction shrugged off slightly softer than expected Chinese manufacturing data as the weaker dollar made assets priced in the US unit cheaper for holders of other currencies.
"The red metal is under pressure today as there are reports of heavy selling from commodity funds."