That property of metal which permits it to be drawn out, or worked.
An instrument, like a compass, for stepping off measurements, or making circles.
Spreading out from a common point.
A cutting tool for smoothing a hole in a piece of metal.
An instrument for measuring power developed.
Out of center.
The action due to the unity of two opposite chemicals.
The term applied to the quality of effectiveness.
A form which is oblong, or having a shape, more or less, like the longitudinal section of an egg.
The action of a current of water passing through a liquid, and decomposing it, and carrying elements from one electrode to the other.
The quality in certain substances to be drawn out of their normal shape, and by virtue of which they will resume their original form when released.
To be placed within a body or substance.
To come out of.
To lay particular stress upon.
A hard substance, usually some of the finely divided precious stones, and used for polishing and grinding purposes.
A large amount; great in size.
Proclaimed; given out.
To put on an even basis; to make the same comparatively.
To take out; to cause to disappear.
A piece of mechanism devised for the purpose of giving a uniform rate of speed to the movement of wheels.
The important feature; the principal thing.
To enlarge; growing greater.
The same distance from a certain point.
Brought out of; the result of certain considerations.
Any substance which will aid in uniting material under heat. The act of uniting.
Any substance in which the particles freely interchange positions.
Emery which is finely ground.
The quality of any material which will permit bending.
The term when applied to a tool where the cut is an easy one.
The springing yield in a substance.
A unit, usually determined by the number of pounds raised one foot in one second of time. 550 pounds raised one foot in one second of time, means so many foot pounds.