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It is the standard book on selecting, hardening and tempering all grades of steel.

Aviation EnginesVictor Wilfred Pag

Another element was the coiling of this strip of steel preliminary to tempering.

Sewis had the office of tempering a severely distasteful announcement to the squire.

The clearance for the cutting edge is cut off with a hot chisel and made ready for hardening and tempering.

The method of tempering and forging practised by these cutlers was much the same as that of the Toledo swordsmiths.

At our feet it sloped, breaking into rocky sluits, banked up with bushes; over all there was the zephyr, tempering the heat.

The tempering done by the Igorot is crude, and is such as may be seen in any country blacksmith shop in the States.

The Bontoc IgorotAlbert Ernest Jenks

The crooked knives he makes, too, from old files, shaping and tempering them.

He was still somewhat at a loss, his old secret awe of Ashe tempering his outward show of eagerness.

The Time TradersAndre Norton

And that the tempering or softning of it arises from the proportionate or smaller parcels of it left within those pores.

MicrographiaRobert Hooke

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