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steel·work

 (stēl′wûrk′)
n.
1. Something made of steel.
2. steelworks(used with a sing. verb) A plant where steel is made; a foundry.

steel′work′er n.

steelwork

(ˈstiːlˌwɜːk)
n
(Metallurgy) a frame, foundation, or building, or article made of steel: the steelwork of a skyscraper.
ˈsteelˌworking n
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The end of it was that the young lady sent them a basket of things to eat, and left a letter that Jurgis was to take to a gentleman who was superintendent in one of the mills of the great steelworks in South Chicago.
There was no chance for a woman at the steelworks, and Marija was now ready for work again, and lured on from day to day by the hope of finding it at the yards.
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But as steelwork on the shop began in Prestatyn this week, other major names including New Look, River Island, Next, Boots and Poundland were tipped for the site.
Inverness Sheriff Court heard he had picked up 20 gates from Mackay Steelwork's yard in Delny, Invergordon, and drove them to the garden centre.
At Jumeira Beach, Vermiculux protects steelwork, giving up to 240 minutes of protection, while Supalux fire-protection boards line lift shafts at the 321 m-high Burj Al Arab, which is designed to resemble a billowing sail
Steel Kosice employees will be working shorter hours, as stems from an agreement with the steelwork's representatives.
The university of sunderland is preparing to carry out a period of planned maintenance to paint the external steelwork of the national glass centre in sunderland, tyne & wear.
The panel looked at the proposed programme which includes: | Full grit blasting and repainting of the bridge steelwork | Steelwork and cast iron repairs/replacement as required | Lighting repairs/replacement as required | Concrete and drainage repairs within the towers | Resurfacing | Road drainage and joint repairs/replacement | Security improvements | Door and window repair/replacement.
The closures, between Junctions 25 and 26, were due to take place to lift the main bridge steelwork and beams into place for the new Whitechapel Road Bridge.