Austenitizing



to form in (a ferrous alloy) by heating.

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  • Auster

    the south wind personified. Contemporary Examples Although Auster refuses to go to Turkey, this may be the perfect opportunity for his visit. Paul Auster’s Criticism of Turkey’s Treatment of Writers Rebuked by P.M. Oray Egin February 3, 2012 In 1996 Auster himself, along with 143 other international writers, was called in to court to testify. […]

  • Austere

    severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; forbidding: an austere teacher. rigorously self-disciplined and severely moral; ascetic; abstinent: the austere quality of life in the convent. grave; sober; solemn; serious: an austere manner. without excess, luxury, or ease; simple; limited; severe: an austere life. severely simple; without ornament: austere writing. lacking softness; hard: an austere […]



  • Austerely

    severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; forbidding: an austere teacher. rigorously self-disciplined and severely moral; ascetic; abstinent: the austere quality of life in the convent. grave; sober; solemn; serious: an austere manner. without excess, luxury, or ease; simple; limited; severe: an austere life. severely simple; without ornament: austere writing. lacking softness; hard: an austere […]

  • Austerity

    quality; severity of manner, life, etc.; sternness. Usually, austerities. ascetic practices: austerities of monastery life. strict economy. Contemporary Examples While austerity makes no economic sense today, slowing entitlement spending over the long term seems clearly necessary. Obama Should Use His Budget to Reject Austerity and Promote Growth Robert Shapiro April 9, 2013 But every month, […]



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