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An alloy of copper and zinc. It has low friction and so is used in manufactured products such as gears and valves. It is also used in musical instruments.. It may be traded
as a commodity
on exchanges such as the London Metal Exchange
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When he really gets down to brass tacks
, however, most of this disappears-which is good, because he had me on the substance alone.
But actually when it gets down to brass tacks
, buyers just see a nice horse and it's the same old story.
It gets down to brass tacks
, calling for a relaunch of the international Catholic-Orthodox dialogue, currently in a deep freeze after a disastrous session in Baltimore in July 2000.