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It knocks the wind out of you even before it makes you think—though it does makes you think, too, especially about the tensile fierceness of refusing victimhood.
Its average length is about twenty inches, and its tensile strength is superior to that of cotton.
TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
It lacks the tensile strength and elasticity, and is of higher specific gravity than true silk.
TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
What is very high tensile strength in boiler iron apt to go with?
In the first place, it gives the steel a greater tensile strength.
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Nickel is about ten per cent heavier than steel, and has a tensile strength of 90,000 pounds per square inch.
It is nearly three times as heavy as steel and its tensile strength is 25,000 pounds per square inch.
It forms a metal with high tensile strength while being ductile and malleable.
Nickel aluminum has a tensile strength of 40,000 pounds per square inch.
Alloy steels can be made with tensile strengths as high as 300,000 pounds per square inch.

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