- In addition, fruit juices are rich in essential minerals like iron, copper, potassium, sodium, iodine and magnesium.
- Silver fillings are actually made of a combination of metals including silver, tin, copper and mercury.
- Men usually work with metals such as copper, brass, and aluminum to craft decorative plates, wall hangings, and utensils.
Copper was the earliest metal to be used by humans, first by itself and then later alloyed with tin to form bronze. A ductile easily worked metal, it is a very good conductor of heat and electricity and is used especially for electrical wiring
- The entrance fee was one shilling, and we had to borrow several pails to hold the coppers and other coins that were paid in.
- Amazingly, people started to put money in the box - just coppers and five pence pieces, but still more than we'd expected.
- Crystal stared miserable at her polystyrene cup, which contained only a few coppers and one ten pence piece.
- A purpose-built brew-house stands next to the pub, complete with a boiling copper and fermentor.
- There was an area with a concrete floor, a tin bath, a copper, a sink and a cold tap.
- This last device was used to move clothes up and down in boiling soapy water, contained in a gas-heated copper.
- In other colourful news, I've just had some reddish / copper lowlights put in my hair.
- There weren't many people in my school with copper coloured hair.
- Looking closely, there's a hint of copper colouring in the larger scratch.
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- Drake watched it from atop the watchman's truck, against the pole that held the beat-up and coppered bell.
- Everything was made of gold, coppered from age.
Old English copor, coper (related to Dutch koper and German Kupfer), based on late Latin cuprum, from Latin cyprium aes 'Cyprus metal' (so named because Cyprus was the chief source).
- How do you know the coppers won't know you weren't there?
- Unless perhaps you were a copper going undercover.
- Since Monday I have been counting the number of coppers, cop cars, dog handling units, malicious arrests and good-humoured stop-and-searches I've spotted in Hackney.