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EcoKarat sells and repairs silver, gold, stainless steel, titanium and tungsten jewelry, like watches, necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings.
My titanium wheelchair, customized Adidas, and Prada.
As the engine gets older, the blades of the fan (scimitar shaped, hollow, and made of a titanium alloy) may become more brittle and begin to crack.
My diagnosis was followed by extractions, titanium implants in my jaw, installation of porcelain teeth on the implants, bone grafts, a series of gum surgeries — and that was just the beginning.
The 22-gram titanium Muncher is a versatile backpacking companion.
Gehry’s Guggenheim Bilbao, the instantly iconic art museum formed by sweeping, curvilinear slashes of titanium facade, opened in 1997.
An entire town makes a living off titanium sales to Boeing.
This bowl from Snow Peak fits perfectly inside their three-piece titanium cook set for easy packing.
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TITANIUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of titanium for English Language Learners
: a very strong and light silvery metal
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