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verb as in bind, connect

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So, using inference as a way of understanding what a good weld looks like through training, and then through inference very, very quickly identifying that problem.

“I can build a custom motorcycle from scratch, can weld, and worked as a lube guy at a GM dealership,” Dustykatt says.

In 1997, President Clinton nominated former Massachusetts governor William Weld, a Republican, as ambassador to Mexico.

He happened to be studying groundwater in Weld County when the floods came and decided to change his research goals.

Weld County is one of six in Colorado that will vote on a secession initiative in November.

He contacted William Weld, then U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts and later governor of the state.

Weld is a totally distinct word from woad, but most dictionaries confound them.

I had a big Scotchman in the factory who couldn't learn how to weld.

I felt offended; for my instinct was to weld people together and hold them so welded.

And Weld ran up to me, and though I was a good piece of a lad, swung me lightly onto his shoulder.

"I am as stout a patriot as you, Weld," I shouted back, and flushed at the cheering that followed.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to weld, such as: fuse, solder, bond, braze, cement, and combine.

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