Second: By heating up the points to be joined, and then lapping the pieces and hammering the parts.
I do hear he's heating up th' old Squire Moyle's soul, to knack an angel out of 'en.
Second: Soldering seemed impracticable on account of the difficulty of heating up the rail quickly enough at the required point.
So the milk may be so nearly tainted or so nearly sour that it will not stand the process of heating up and cooking.
Hence it is necessary for reasons of engine economy to make changes of temperature, either cooling off or heating up, gradually.
Heating up the two joints together will in a large degree offset this trouble.
I gathered that he thought something of the boy, and was heating up to the door-smashing stage.
One of our cooks was heating up a tin of tinned fish and had put it in some hot water without previously opening it.
It was further found that the virus was destroyed by heating up to 55 C for ten minutes.