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However, after emergency surgery above his left eye and a subsequent operation to fit a titanium plate to strengthen the skull, Massa made a full recovery allowing him to return for the 2010 season.
The bad guys take Will’s daughter, Georgia (McKenna Roberts), hostage and to get her back, Will needs to open the 10-inch titanium doors of The Pearl’s panic room on the 220th floor.
The design changes are intended to help the booster hold up better to the stresses of launch: improved engines, a more durable interstage, titanium grid fins, and a new thermal protection system.
The indictment charged that in addition to the aluminum tubing, Valadbaigi illegally exported to Iran titanium sheets from a company in northern Illinois.
Because of its concerns about A&P Alloys and its conduct, Pratt & Whitney directed Lewis to return the titanium to A&P Alloys.
The camera that caught Alzahab’s eye is indeed a curiosity: 30 pounds of copper, titanium, steel, gold and other metals welded together into a box that makes pictures by admitting only a pinhole of light.
Jones-Duffey endured nearly a year of chemotherapy, lost her hair and underwent a limb-salvage operation that included a knee replacement and a titanium rod in her tibia.
Peter Thomas Roth: Sunscreen is your skin's number one friend, and PTR recognizes that, offering an impressive 50% off its Super Size Instant Mineral SPF 45, a setting powder with sun protection thanks to physical blockers zinc and titanium oxide.
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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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