statuary bronze

statuary bronze

[′stach·ə‚wer·ē ¦bränz]
(metallurgy)
Special bronze alloys used for casting statues and other ornamental objects; a typical bronze for statuary work contains 90% copper, 6% tin, 3% zinc, and 1% lead.
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Foras the material of the carpenter is wood, and that of statuary bronze, so the subject-matter of the art of living is each person's own life."
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Bronze Bridge Construction Date Plates, Type A, shall be made of statuary bronze and shall conform to the attached drawing BDP-3 sheet #2.
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