metal

A glass-making term for the fused ingredients, in either molten or solid form, from which glass is made.

Metal

in heraldry, the colors yellow (or) and white (argent). The rules of heraldry forbid placing color on color, or metal on metal.

Metal

[magazine] Metal was an Argentine heavy metal music magazine edited from 1983 to 1995. It was published by Magendra, which also published the magazine Pelo, devoted to rock. Metal was the first heavy metal magazine published in Argentina. The initial interviews were taken from foreign magazines, but years later they got their own ones with ...
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Metal

Metal is slang for money.
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Metal

[song] `Metal` is a song by Gary Numan from his 1979 album The Pleasure Principle. Lyrically the song is science fiction, inspired by the works of Phillip K. Dick and William S. Burroughs, and is about an android who wishes to be human, but never can be. The song was the B-side of `Cars` in the USA. The song has been a regular feature at Nu...
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Metal

Metal is slang for money.
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MetaL

[programming language] The Meta-programming Language is a programming language designed for meta-programming. Meta-programming is a method for developing computer programs. It works by generating source code in a target language from a program specification in a higher level language. Source code written in MetaL is based on XML, the compil...
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Metal

An element below and to the left of the stepwise division (metalloids) in the upper right corner of the periodic table; about 80% of the known elements are metals.
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Metal

ancient Greek coins could be made of Bi, gold, silver, bronze and electrum. Coins were made of the metal(s) most readily available in the region where the coins were minted.
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metal

Used by astrophysicists to refer to all elements except hydrogen and helium, as in: 'the universe is composed of hydrogen, helium and traces of metals'.
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Metal

the electroposite elements and alloys based on these elements.
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metal

[v] - cover with metal
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Metal

The basic glass mixture, particularly when molten
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Metal

An opaque, lustrous, elemental chemical substance that is good conductor of heat and electricity, usually malleable, ductile, and more dense than other elemental substances.
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Metal

An opaque lustrous elemental chemical substance that is a good conductor of heat and electricity and, when polished, a good reflector of light. Most elemental metals are malleable, ductile, and are generally denser than the other elemental substances.Metals are structurally distinguished from nonmetals by their atomic bonding and electron availabil...
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metal

metallic. Compare with nonmetal and metalloid. A metal is a substance that conducts heat and electricity, is shiny and reflects many colors of light, and can be hammered into sheets or drawn into wire. Metals lose electrons easily to form cations. About 80% of the known chemical elements are metals.
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Metal

the electroposite elements and alloys based on these elements.
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Metal

An element that tends to lose electrons, forming positive ions, and is a good electrical conductor.
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Metal

There are two families of metals: Ferrous and non ferrous. All ferrous metals contain iron. Non ferrous metals include aluminium, zinc and copper and its alloys, for example bronze. The use of bronze for making cast sculpture is very ancient. From the early twentieth century artists such as Pablo Picasso and the Russian Constructivists began to ex...
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Metal

Met'al noun [ French métal , Latin metallum metal, mine, Greek ... mine; confer Greek ... to search after. Confer Mettle , Medal .] 1. (Chemistry) An elementary substance, as sodium, calcium, or copper, whose oxide or hydroxide has basic rather than acid prop...
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Metal

Met'al transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Metaled (? or ?) or Metalled ; present participle & verbal noun Metaling or Metalling .] To cover with metal; as, to metal a ship's bottom; to metal a road...
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metal

1. <chemistry> An elementary substance, as sodium, calcium, or copper, whose oxide or hydroxide has basic rather than acid properties, as contrasted with the nonmetals, or metalloids. No sharp line can be drawn between the metals and nonmetals, and certain elements partake of both acid and basic qualities, as chromium, manganese, bismuth, etc...
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metal

(met´әl) any chemical element marked by luster, malleability, ductility, and conductivity of electricity and heat, and which will ionize positively in solution. adj., metal´lic., adj.
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Metal

• (n.) The broken stone used in macadamizing roads and ballasting railroads. • (v. t.) To cover with metal; as, to metal a ship`s bottom; to metal a road. • (n.) The effective power or caliber of guns carried by a vessel of war. • (n.) Courage; spirit; mettle. See Mettle. • (n.) Glass in a state of fusion. • (n.) An el...
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metal

(from the article `heraldry`) In a blazon (verbal description) of the arms, their field, or background layer, appears first. It may be one of the metals or (gold) or argent ...
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