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*: Ocearium stæli.
*: Accearium steeli.
*: Þe alle þine leomen wule to-dra?en. þeh þu weore stel al.
*: [[women|Weman]]...with [[words|wordis]] [[can]]e [[right|rycht]] [[well|wele]] [[overcome|our-cum]] [[men]]e hard as stele.
*: The purest part thereof [of iron ore] which in Latine is called Nucleus ferri, i. the kernell or heart of the yron (and it is that which we call steele)
*: ...Like a man of Steele.
*: Steel may be roughly defined as an alloy of iron and carbon containing up to 1.7% [[carbon]], all of the carbon being in the combined condition. A second definition, distinguishing it from [[cast iron|cast]] or [[wrought iron]], is that it has been produced in the [[molten]] condition, and a third states that steel can be hardened by [[quench]]ing from a suitably high temperature. There are...certain exceptions to all these definitions.
*: For the iron to be made into steel (defined as iron with a carefully controlled carbon content of 1.7 percent or less) the [[sulfur]], the [[silicon]], and the excess carbon must be removed.
*: For heom ne may halter ne bridel Bringe from here wode wyse, Ne mon mid stele ne mid ire.
*: For braue Macbeth (well hee de?erues that Name)
Di?dayning Fortune, with his brandi?ht Steele,
Which ?moakd with bloody execution
(Like Valours Minion) carud out his pa??age.
*: But who [[would|woud]] dream that out of abundant Charity and Brotherly Love [[should|shoud]] come Steel, Fire, [[gibbet|Gibbets]], Rods.
*: They have asked for the steel. They shall have it now; Out [[cutlass]]es and board!
*: While one man was beating off the swords, the waters stole up silently and took him. Contrariwise, another was struggling with the waves, when the steel came up and encompassed him. The flowing waters were befouled with the gory spray. Thus the Ruthenians were conquered...
*: Of ston mid stel in ðe tunder wel to brennen one ðis wunder.
*: The Cock falling with its wonted violence upon the Steel.
*: [[they|Þai]] gun [[him|hem]] [[both|boþe]] [[armed|armi]] In [[iron|iren]] and stiel [[that|þat]] [[tide]].
*: In compleate steele.
*: She that has [chastity], is clad in compleat steel.
*: The steill to scherp the schawing jrne.
*: When he came to Nottingham, he entered that part of the market where butchers stood, and took up his inn in the best place he could find. Next, he opened his stall and spread his meat upon the bench, then, taking his cleaver and steel and clattering them together, he trolled aloud in merry tones...
*: I [[have|haue]] a [[ruff]]e is a quarter deep, measured by the [[yard|yeard]]... You haue a pretty set too, how big is the steele you set with?
*: I suppose the bullet must have struck the steels in my corsets.
*: One of them having occasion to use a Steele, smoothing Iron, or some such kinde of Laundry Instrument.
*: The threaded steel...Flies swiftly.
*: A re-issue of the Examples of the Architecture of Venice. By John Ruskin... With the Text, and the 16 Plates (10 Steels and 6 Lithographs) as originally published.
*: The crews at the port batteries were pumping steel at the enemy.
*: A trailing skirt embroidered in what is termed fine steel.
*: Employeng the steell of his swerd the most best wyse that in hym was possible.
*: A stronger physick is now necessary, perhaps a whole course of steel: A physick, God knowes, that this Kingdome hath been under five or six yeares.
*: Steel is not so good as Iron for Medicinal Operation.
*: The Doctor tells me I must go into a Course of Steel, tho I have not the [[spleen|Spleen]].
*: I...am really only kept alive by steel.
*: The bars are exposed to two or three successive processes of [[cementation]], and are hence said to be twice or thrice converted into steels.
*: Falkenhayn gave...to Jane a steel glacé silk dress.
*: It was a clear steel-blue day. The firmaments of air and sea were hardly separable in that all-pervading azure; only, the pensive air was transparently pure and soft, with a woman’s look, and the robust and man-like sea heaved with long, strong, lingering swells, as Samson’s chest in his sleep.
*: Strained in stel [[gear|ger]] on steedes of might.
*: The tyrant [[custom]]e...Hath made the flinty and steele [[coach|Cooch]] of [[war]]re, My thrice [[driven|driuen]] bed of [[down]]e.
*: I will grasp the mountain-hedgehog, prickles and all, with my steel-gauntlet.
*: King Peter attributed his fathers, King Alexanders, death to the fact that...he had not worn his steel-mesh bullet-proof shirt.
*: Wher neuer cessing soyle doth steelebright stuff send out from mines.
*: Prison my heart in thy steele bosomes warde.
*: ...The discoverie of the [[iron|yron]] and steele mines.
*: From their new dungeons at Chantilly, Aristocrats may hear the rustle of our new steel furnace there.
*: East Chicago, Ind., a smoky Lake Michigan steel town that isnt exactly famous for its esthetic splendor even when the sun shines.
*: To mix some [[sugar of steel|Sugar of steel]], or steel wine with the first glass.
*: I have found a singular Virtue in Steel drops, præpared after my Mode.
*: I...take some nasty steel drops, & [[my|may]] head has been bettr.
*: The best picture I have had yet is the steel frontis-piece to my new book.
*: Hure þolien ant a beoren hare unirude duntes wið mealles istelet.
*: When God...draws aside his curtain, and shows his arsenal and his armory, full of arrows steeled with wrath.
*: It was the common notion...that the art of steeling tools in the highest degree of perfection was certainly lost to the moderns.
*: But stil he was so steelde With heart so good, as victor he dead left them in the field.
*: Giue me my heart...O giue it me lest thy hard heart do steele it, And being steeld, soft sighes can neuer graue it.
*: Steel yourself, then, firmly to withstand attacks from the cruel and unfeeling.
*: The rich experience of a long life steeled in the victorious struggle with every unchristian element.
*: Nay, a Crystall glasse will not show a man his face, except it be steeled, except it be darkned on the backside.
*: She drunk her drink steeled, with which she was cured.
*: Tha hasnt tha Sense to stile thy own Dressing.
*: And lo! those waters, steeled By breezeless air to smoothest polish, yield A vivid repetition of the stars.
*: By passing an electric current thus through the bars the operation of steeling is much hastened.
*: It seems evident that by the beginning of the 10th century B.C. blacksmiths were intentionally steeling iron.
*: My large dry-point,...called Two Stumps of Driftwood, gave 1000 copies (after being steeled) without perceptible wearing.
*: I was lugged before the beak, who gave me six doss in the steel. [...] six months in the Bastille (the old House of Corrections), Coldbath Fields.
*: He said he had been in the “steel” (Coldbath Fields Prison) eight times.
*: This time I got two moon for assaulting the reelers when canon. For this I went to the Steel (Bastilesic — Coldbath Fields Prison), having a new suit of clobber on me and about fifty blow in my brigh (pocket).