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Bronzing

The process of applying chemicals or metal powder to a material to make it appear bronze. Bronzing may increase the value of a good, or at least improve its appearance. It is most common with baby shoes and other memorabilia.
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Eight-14 U-28kg: Gold Kay Wardroe (Seishin), silver Ryan Price (Seishin), bronze Frazer Burns (Hokojun).
The bronze oak leaf cluster represents second and subsequent entitlements of awards.
The 1997 bronze image of FDR is based on a photograph taken of a recumbent and ailing president at the 1945 Yalta conference.
Sandia's team proposes a repulsive force between tin atoms in the islands and tin atoms in the immobile bronze spots dotting the surface.
Female Bronze Medal, Third Place ($2,000) Tiekka Schofield (23) U.
The great cultural product of the Bronze Age was Homer's Iliad, the tale of the Trojan War (fought about 1200 B.
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For those employees participating in the OptiMed Essential Bronze Plus program, a standalone voluntary GAP program is available to help offset out of pocket expenses should the core employees with comprehensive major medical desire an enhanced level of coverage.
aACAoIn the Mobile category, there were no Grand Prix or Gold winners, though three agencies shared Silver and a fourth got a bronze.
In the shooting events held at Gun & Country Club, Akhter and Arif of Wapda claimed gold and silver medals with 984 and 954 points respectively while Shahzad of HEC scored 910 points to win bronze.
One of the earliest and best methods for casting bronze sculptures is what is known as the "cire perdue" or lost wax method.
Cade Darby and Adam Williams controlled the ten-year-old age group in impressive fashion with Cade romping to six gold medals, three silvers and a bronze while Adam won two gold medals, three silvers and a bronze.