copper


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copper-bottomed

Very safe or stable, especially financially. This is a copper-bottomed offer to distribute your invention, so I think you should take it.

copper

1. n. a police officer. (see also cop.) See that copper over there? He busted me once.
2. n. money. (see also rivets.) How much copper you got on you?
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And thus was solved the mystery of the sinister house with the copper beeches in front of the door.
Here is the mad waltz of the spindles that whirl silk and cotton threads around the copper wires, very similar to what may be seen in any braid factory.
In this period came the multiple switchboard, copper wire, girl operators, underground cables, metallic circuit, common battery, and the long-distance lines.
Scholz' team, for instance, reported that just 3 hours of exposure to waterborne copper reduced responses of juvenile coho salmon to a typical alarm odor, a scent that came from the skin of a wounded coho.
the ancient Greeks began making tools, weapons, and jewelry out of copper and its alloys.
While some of the attendees in the packed room expressed the opinion that copper markets had peaked, the three speakers took a far more bullish outlook on where copper markets would be heading during the rest of the year.
The winning, highly commended and commended schemes were considered excellent examples of designs which were inherently interesting, and which exploited the attributes of copper to the full.
Copper is an essential nutrient needed to prevent anemia and keep the skeletal, reproductive, and nervous systems healthy.
Dominique Labrunye, Director of Process and Equipment Engineering at STMicroelectronics, Crolles, said, "The exceptional performance of the Applied Mirra Mesa system with Nova integrated metrology has shown capability to increase the productivity of our dual damascene copper CMP process.
Shadrinsk" is not a name that comes readily to mind when one thinks about the vehicle industry, but this small Siberian town is now home to the most advanced copper radiator and charge air cooler (CAC)--collectively known as "heat exchangers"--production facility in the world.
The desired chemical reaction taking place at the rubber/ brass plated steel cord interface during the tire vulcanization may be considered a mixed ionic, covalent chemical reaction with the rubber carbon sulfur linkage being a relatively slow covalent type reaction and the sulfur copper linkage being a fast ionic type reaction.
in the 1960s, there was little opportunity for copper permanent mold, said Schweisthal.
The activity comes after Sumitomo, a giant Japanese investment company with $152 billion in sales last year, disclosed that its powerful copper trader, Yasuo Hamanaka, 48, falsified the company's books and records to cover up losses over a 10-year period.
China has now developed to be the world largest country for copper consumption, processing & manufacture and even for copper primary products export.
Additionally, a host of reports estimated that the new copper supply would be muted in the short term in light of the lack of new mining capacity coming on line.