Newcastle could do worse than to appoint a member of the backroom staff for a probationary three-month run to allow the players to play in their proper positions and weld together
a spirited 11.
I've started welding them up and mostly, so far, have been learning useful lessons about just how tricky it is to weld together
different thicknesses of metal when they are also covered with equally different degrees of rust.
117) or heated nanocrystalline powders to weld together
The complaint alleges that the element Manganese is found in toxic levels in the fumes created when welding rods are used to weld together
two pieces of metal.
Edward IV's real achievement was not to re-establish the Yorkist dynasty (it was replaced by 1585) but to be the first king to 'harness the combined influences of alchemical medicine, myths and prophecies to weld together
Gate Crasher (based on a Black Bull comics superhero, "a normal teenager with a secret life") and Dot's Bots (a spunky 12-year-old and her younger brother weld together
four eccentric robots in their grandfather's junkyard) are but two.
The frictional heat causes the two to weld together
In some cases, unscrupulous dealers weld together
two halves of a car, making the vehicle a death trap.
A sense of vigorous debate pervades the entire volume, and the extended discussion of similar issues does much to weld together
what might otherwise have been merely a spicy potpourri of historical tidbits.
The cyclist sniffed the gas he used to weld together
his famous bike made from washing machine parts.
Pulsar demonstrated welding of tubes of aluminum to steel -- two materials that were previously considered impossible to weld together
As the laser strikes the powder particles, it raises their temperature momentarily to the point where they sinter and weld together
And adversity can weld together
a squad in surprising ways.