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spelter

[′spel·tər]
(metallurgy)
A commercially pure grade of zinc used in galvanizing; contains lead or iron as impurities.

zinc

A hard bluish white metal, brittle at normal temperatures, very malleable and ductile when heated; not subject to corrosion; used for galvanizing sheet steel and iron, in various metal alloys, and as an oxide for white paint pigment.
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Prices will be less volatile, but don't kiss volatility goodbye," says Spelter, who adds that prices will likely move within a $100 band, rather than the $200 or $300 of recent years.
These included Mary Dillwyn, who was Wales' first female photographer; Thereza Dillwyn Llewellyn, an astronomer and photographer; and Amy Dillwyn, an early female industrialist and an iconoclastic novelist, who saved a spelter works from collapse and subsequently achieved financial success.
He also made strikers (lighters) mainly in spelter, wall masks, and ceramic figures.
Environment Agency Wales officials traced the source of the silt spill to a housing development site on the Spelter Industrial Estate, run by the company Lovell Partnerships in February this year.
She took over the Llansamlet Spelter Works, which was deeply in debt, and, responsible for the livelihoods of 100 men, turned the business into a profitable enterprise.
THIS spelter Diana has been passed down through the family from my great-grandmother.
All Cables Are Double Extra Improved Plow Steel, Drawn Galvanized, 6 X 37 Iwrc Rrl With Crosby Open Spelter Sockets Or Equivalent.
Tenders are invited for Replacing And Supplying Of Wire Ropes With 6X 36 Construction Improved Plow Steel, Galvanized, Fiber Core, Fmc Type As Per Is 2266 With Suitable Open Spelter Safety Pin Type Socket As Per Is: 2485 With Dismantling Of Old Rope Socket , Pin Etc.
No 11 buses from Grangetown towards Sunderland will start at that bus stop and operate via Ryhope Road, Spelter Works Road, and Old Commercial Road, rejoining the normal route at Corporation Road near the allotments.
More popular, and more expensive, are the Art Deco clock garnitures, often made of marble or onyx, which as well as a central clock come with matching ornaments either side, sometimes in the form of stylised bronze or spelter figures of people or animals.
Antibes nest of tables, pounds 200; mirror pounds 200 and leather club chair pounds 265; This wonderful stylised spelter Javelin thrower measures 40 cm high by 70 cm long, and dates from circa 1930.