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The Dynamic package ($2,000) was a street dress-up kit of lower aero body trim, black grille and other trim, black headliner and floor mats, titanium mesh trim on the doors and instrument panel, chrome paddle shifters and other bits of jewelry.
Cases are in grade 5 titanium, with a back held in place by six screws.
There is also a new 20-inch wheel option for the titanium model.
The titanium heats quickly, which is a nice change of pace from a cast iron.
Russians are chattering about the possibility of cutting uranium or titanium exports to the U.S., expelling major U.S. firms, or going into high diplomatic gear to block U.S. initiatives on North Korea and other priorities.
Brones brings a hand grinder and coffee beans, along with a titanium French press.
The cooling system will also include two-speed pumps and four radiators made of titanium tubes with aluminum fins a mere two hundredths of an inch thick.
During a subsequent search, Yu was found attempting to carry to China research records associated with a U.S. Air Force initiative to reduce costs of complex titanium alloys used in military aircraft.
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Origin and Etymology of titanium
First Known Use: 1796See Words from the same year
TITANIUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of titanium for English Language Learners
: a very strong and light silvery metal
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