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Or was it an intrinsic quality of the metal itself?
Their spears were tipped with it, as were their arrows, and they cooked in vessels made all of solid metal like my armlet.
These rifles were of a white metal stocked with wood, which I learned later was a very light and intensely hard growth much prized on Mars, and entirely unknown to us denizens of Earth.
But there couldn't be any metal on this wild, deserted seashore," persisted the girl.
But now the sounds inside had ceased, and a thin circle of bright metal showed between the top and the body of the cylinder.
There is no doubt about that," replied the major; "and as we shall have to employ an immense quantity of metal, we shall not be at a loss for choice.
Here, take the sketch, Larok, and give all thine own genius full and unfettered freedom in reproducing it in metal.
And when he came upon the spot, great was his surprise and consternation, for the yellow metal had disappeared.
It served as a reservoir for compressed air, which a valve, worked by a spring, allowed to escape into a metal tube.
he shouted; and the donkey stopped kicking the metal sheet and turned its head to look with surprise at the shaggy man.
In the left pocket we saw a huge silver chest, with a cover of the same metal, which we, the searchers, were not able to lift.
In corroboration of what is above stated in Note at page **, it may be observed, that the arms, which were assumed by Godfrey of Boulogne himself, after the conquest of Jerusalem, was a cross counter patent cantoned with four little crosses or, upon a field azure, displaying thus metal upon metal.