plating of iron or steel for making the shells of boilers, covering the hulls of ships, etc.
syndicated or ready-to-print copy, used especially by weekly newspapers.
trite, hackneyed writing.
the detailed standard wording of a contract, warranty, etc.
Informal. phrases or units of text used repeatedly, as in correspondence produced by a word-processing system.
frozen, crusty, hard-packed snow, often with icy patches.
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a form of mild-steel plate used in the production of boiler shells
a copy made with the intention of making other copies from it
a set of instructions incorporated in several places in a computer program or a standard form of words used repeatedly in drafting contracts, guarantees, etc
a draft contract that can easily be modified to cover various types of transaction
to incorporate standard material automatically in a text
a room in a building, ship, etc., that houses one or more steam boilers. Slang. a place where illicit brokers engage in high-pressure selling, over the telephone, of securities of a highly speculative nature or of dubious value. any room or business where salespeople, bill collectors, solicitors for charitable donations, etc., conduct an intensive telephone […]
coveralls. noun (Brit) a one-piece work garment consisting of overalls and a shirt top usually worn over ordinary clothes to protect them
having reached the boiling point; steaming or bubbling up under the action of heat: boiling water. fiercely churning or swirling: the boiling seas. (of anger, rage, etc.) intense; fierce; heated. to an extreme extent; very: August is usually boiling hot; boiling mad. to change from a liquid to a gaseous state, producing bubbles of gas […]