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Though many of the books are housed in other buildings – in fact, some of the upper shelves have printed aluminum panes that only appear to be books, the building attracts some 15,000 visitors per weekend.
Horse hide was found far from the flames, on an aluminum gate along the track’s inside rail — a jarring sign of the chaos that swirled.
Day was tasked with acquiring a mortar and pestle, Stein a rock tumbler for crushing cans into aluminum powder.
The use of high-strength steel and aluminum shaved 200 pounds off the vehicle’s weight, improving fuel economy.
Auto makers have been using steel and aluminum in large quantities for more than a century.
Supply-side structural reforms are reshaping basic industries like steel and aluminum.
Most of Puerto Rico’s generating capacity is along the southern coast and most consumption is in the north around San Juan, with steel and aluminum transmission towers up to 90 feet (27 meters) tall running through the mountains in the middle.
Exterior siding is typically aluminum on older models, vinyl on newer ones.
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