Iron furnace


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a furnace for reducing iron from the ore, or for melting iron for castings, etc.; a forge; a reverberatory; a bloomery.

See also: Iron

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It immediately struck me I had somewhere seen his likeness: it will be found in Retzch's outlines to Schiller's ballad of Fridolin, where two men are pushing Robert into the burning iron furnace. It is the man who has his arm on Robert's breast.
Emery (who the site administrator of Cornwall Iron Furnace) and Irwin Richman (who works with the Landis Valley Associates, a private group dedicated to forwarding the aims of the Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum) beautifully showcases America's favorite flora --the homey ray flowers, a tribe featuring daisies, sunflowers, chrysanthemums, dahlias, coneflowers, and black-eyed-Susans, combined with the elegant, multifaceted rose.
Cornwall Iron Furnace (https://www.cornwallironfurnace.org/visitor.htm).
The assortment features Camel Rock, Iron Furnace and Muddy Coal Mine, among others.
'This museum will be an information centre for visitors to learn where they can find the Seberang Perai woman in Guar Kepah, where to find the iron furnace in Sik and learn about the ancient civilisation in Sungai Batu and Lembah Bujang,' he said.
According to the workers of Ittehad Steel Mills, the incident occurred due to break of steel rope of the iron furnace which was holding tons of melted steel exploded on the floor of the mills resulting 16 workers of the steel mills injured.
sits the historic Cornwall Iron Furnace. Designated a National Historic Landmark, Cornwall Iron Furnace helped provide arms to the Revolutionary War effort, contributing to the eventual independence of our country and battle to break free from the yoke of the British empire.
* Jean Goehlen for the rehabilitation and stewardship of the Franconia Iron Furnace
A high oxidation rate of the metallurgical coke to CO and C[O.sub.2] in the pig iron furnace corresponds to high [d.sub.002] values and to a high number of free C [sp.sup.2] bonds, which corresponds to low [L.sub.c] and [L.sub.a].
Then, in 1995, Sterlingville, site of a 19th-century iron furnace, entered the National Register of Historic Places.
Literally just up the road from the hotel, at Taynuilt on the shores of Loch Etive, is the Bonawe Iron Furnace the most complete charcoal-fuelled ironworks in Britain dating from 1753.