Manufactures of machinery, chemicals, blacking, polish and sugar, and printing, dyeing and iron-founding are also carried on.
Its chief manufactures are machinery, soap, blacking and clogs.
Blacking is unknown to Persians generally.
The inhabitants are employed chiefly in the iron mines, at forges and blast furnaces, and in charcoal burning and the manufacture of blacking from firewood.
blacking on hull.
blacking made during his field-work.
They were convenient to where I started out from, and could combine the slipping out with a bottom blacking.
Exterior painted blue with two part epoxy blacking on hull.
We moored up for the night at Clayhithe, and painted the side of the boat where the new blacking had become scratched.
blacking mill existed in Wellgate.
This includes a wide range of tasks from hull blacking to replating a boat.
Now at Cowroast Phil has an engineer and a site maintenance man who also does boat blacking and other similar tasks.
It means the shiny arc of reflected light on a chrome bumper instead of the smith's blacking on a hammered iron rail.
chrome bumper instead of the smith's blacking on a hammered iron rail.
Put to work in 1824 at a blacking factory, a humiliation that was to provide a mainspring for his subsequent ambition.
Remember that seizures may not always be dramatic; they may include blacking out or loses of consciousness without the jerky movements portrayed on television.
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