Thesaurus / slag
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And under that rare sun all the little town, among its slag heaps and few tall chimneys, had an air of living faster.

In one part there is a caon of slag heaps half a mile long for it to descend through.

Cole drove the cart slowly out onto the slag, studying the sky above him.

The Variable ManPhilip K. Dick

The slag is really a kind of readily fusible glass, being essentially a calcium-aluminium silicate.

I shall fire some rockets from the slag heap to-night about ten o'clock.

War and the WeirdForbes Phillips

The slag is basic and takes the sulphur and phosphorus into combination, thus ending its combination with the iron.

The Iron PuddlerJames J. Davis

“Breakfast fust,” said Slag, on completing a tremendous stretch and yawn.

The Coxswain's BrideR.M. Ballantyne

When the “eye” has quite disappeared the door is closed and the temperature raised to make the slag very liquid.

More than an eighth and sometimes a quarter of the weight of the pig-iron flows off in slag and is carted away.

The Iron PuddlerJames J. Davis

Here the very extensive old workings and the slag heaps testify to the greatest activity.

De Re MetallicaGeorgius Agricola

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