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A mixture containing mostly metals. For example, brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. Steel contains iron and other metals, but also carbon.
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Compound combining two or more elements having properties not existing in any of the single constituent elements. Sometimes used to refer to amalgam.
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early 14c. "relative freedom of a noble metal from alloy or other impurities," from Anglo-French alai, Old French aloi, from aloiier (see alloy (v.)). Meaning " base metal alloyed with [..]
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c. 1400, "mix with a baser metal," from Old French aloiier "assemble, join," from Latin alligare "bind to, tie to," compound of ad- "to" (see ad-) + ligare &quo [..]
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A mixture of two or more metals or semi-metals in which the atoms of the different metals are intermingled among each other. Some minerals, such as Iron-nickel, are naturally occurring alloys.
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mixture of two or more metals.
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A mixture of two or more metals. Brass (a mixture of copper and zinc) and bronze (a mixture of copper and tin) are common alloys.
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A substance made by the mixture of two or more elements, at least one of which is a metal. Alloys are often stronger and more durable than pure metals. Bronze is an alloy of copper and either zinc or [..]
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This is a combination of different metals blended together to gain benefits from the mixture of the two substances.
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A blend of metals. Also slang for "aluminum."
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Any combination of metals used to produce a club head or shaft. Alloys may contain aluminum, steel, beryllium, nickel, copper, titanium, or any number of other metals in varying combinations.
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a mixture of two or more metals
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A mixture of two or more metals. Brass (a mixture of copper and zinc) and bronze (a mixture of copper and tin) are common alloys.
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A substance that has metallic properties and is composed of two or more chemical elements; at least one of the elements must be a metal.
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A blend of metals. Also slang for "aluminum."
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To dream of alloy, denotes your business will vex you in its complications. For a woman to dream of alloy, is significant of sorrow and trouble completely hiding pleasure.   
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Strictly, an alloy is any metal that is a blend of more than one kind of metal at the atomic level. In common bicycle usage, "alloy" is usually a synonym for aluminum.
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A metal formed by combining two or more different metals to obtain desirable properties.
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  A substance formed by the combination of two or more elements, at least one of which must be a metal.
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A mixture of a metal with one or more other elements to modify its metallic properties, for example, brass is an alloy of copper and zinc.
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A substance having metallic properties and composed of two or more chemical elements of which at least one is metal. Usually possesses qualities different from those of the components.
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A combination of two or more metals with their own distinct properties.
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A metal formed by a mixture of two or more different metals.
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solid metal dissolved in another solid metal. alluvial fan
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(n) a mixture containing two or more metallic elements or metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten(n) the state of impairing the quality or [..]
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 - A metal formed by the combination of two or more metals.
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an alloy of carbon and iron containing a maximum of 2 % carbon, 1.65 % manganese, and residual quantities of other elements, except those intentionally added in specific quantities for de-oxidation (u [..]
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based alloy where any one or the sum of the specified amount of the following elements exceeds 50 %: titanium, nickel, cobalt, chromium, and molybdenum.
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(Met.) Metal prepared by adding other metals or non-metals to a basic metal to secure desirable properties.
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A homogeneous mixture of two or more metals, or of metallic and nonmetallic elements, usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten, and producing a substance with metallic properties.
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A metal that is produced by mixing certain metals with a base metal for the purpose of achieving improved qualities over the base metal. An example is stainless steel, which has more chromium in it than carbon steel.
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A blend of metals. Also slang for "aluminum."
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A combination of metals usually made to produce a metal with stronger properties of both.
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An alloy consists of an intimate mixture of two elements, usually metals to give a metal compound or solid solution. Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin and brass on of copper and zinc. By varying th [..]
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A mixture of metallic Elements or compounds with other metallic or metalloid Elements in varying proportions.
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A mixture of metallic Elements or compounds with other metallic or metalloid Elements in varying proportions for use in restorative or prosthetic Dentistry.
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The fusion of Ceramics (Porcelain) to an Alloy of two or more Metals for use in restorative and Prosthodontic Dentistry. Examples of metal Alloys employed include Cobalt-Chromium, Gold-Palladium, Gold [..]
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An alloy is a metallic Material comprising at least two constituents that form a metallic bond. Depending on the number of constituents, this produces binary, ternary, quaternary or complex alloys. Al [..]
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A compound of two or more metals. Alluvium
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A mixture of two elements, at least one of which is a metal, which form a new metal with desired properties.
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The product formed by the mixing of a metal with other metals.
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A mixture of two or more metals or semi-metals in which the atoms of the different metals are intermingled among each other. Some minerals, such as Josephinite (Fe,Ni), are naturally occurring alloys.
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An alloy is a mixture of two or more elements in solid solution in which the major component is a metal. Most pure metals are either too soft, brittle or chemically reactive for practical use. Combini [..]
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A metallic material made by fusing together two or more metals or a metal and a nonmetal. Example: Bronze, an alloy of copper and tin.
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A compound of two or more metals. Alluvium
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A mixture of two or more metals, or a metal and a non-metal. For example, brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, and steel is an alloy of iron and carbon.
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<programming language> A language by Thanasis Mitsolides <mitsolid@cs.nyu.edu> which combines functional programming, object-oriented programming and logic programming ideas, and is suitab [..]
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<chemistry> A mixture of a metallic elements or compounds with other metals or metalloid elements in varying proportions. (11 Feb 2009)
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A solution of two or more metals.  An example would be bronze, a solution of copper and iron.
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A substance having metallic properties and composed of two or more elements of which at least one is an elemental metal.
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A mixture of two or more metals. Brass (a mixture of copper and zinc) and bronze (a mixture of copper and tin) are common alloys.
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A metal made by the combination of two or more metallic elements.
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composite blend of materials made under special conditions. Metal alloys like brass and bronze are well known but there are also many plastic alloys.
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The Alloy component required on IBM Lotus Notes clients.
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A software component of the joint product by IBM and SAP.
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A role for a business decision workflow application.
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Lotus Notes user for whom the Alloy client plug-in has been installed and configured and who has initiated at least one Alloy task.
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An item that has been extended with system attributes and line-of- business (LOB) data with the purpose of associating it with an LOB entity.
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An application used in IBM Lotus Notes to access information, data, and tasks from an SAP system.
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A predefined role for a business decision workflow application.
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Make features and plug-ins available to users, either in a semi-automatic or automatic manner.
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A database in the IBM Domino Lotus environment.
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A database in the IBM Domino Lotus environment. Use Lotus Notes application instead.
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The Notes user ID mapped to an SAP user ID on the Alloy server.
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The set of software components developed and delivered by SAP for project Atlantic.
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An identifier that is used to denote a work item in an Alloy applicationin the SAP environment.
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The SAP user name or ID to which a Domino user is mapped in the Domino Directory on the Alloy server.
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A request form in the business decision workflow application Travel Management that enables a Lotus Notes user to enter and send travel details to an approver.
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A service in the IBM Domino server that acquires data from SAP Add-on components and sends it to IBM Lotus Notes.
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An additional business decision workflow application created by a third party or an administrator for use in IBM Lotus Notes to access information, data, and tasks from an SAP system.
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A feature that checks for and corrects inconsistencies between data in a specific Alloy client and the data in the source, an SAP system.
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When the state of data in the Lotus Notes database is different from the state data in an SAP system.
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A tool for performing a complete test of the Alloy environment.
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A preconfigured application that is supplied "out-of-the-box".
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Lotus Notes user ID mapped to an SAP user ID on the Alloy server.
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An identifier that is used to denote an Alloy work item in the Domino environment.
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Alloy components installed on IBM Lotus Domino server on which the Web services application (NDERPws.nsf) resides.
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A product resulting from the combination of two or more metals that are melted and fused together, alloys tend to be stronger and more corrosion resistant than pure metals. Source: Ralph Mayer, " [..]
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A product resulting from the combination of two or more metals that are melted and fused together. Alloys tend to be stronger and more corrosion resistant than pure metals.
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An alloy is a mixture of metals without any chemical combination.
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  Two or more metals combined. An example would be rose gold which is pure yellow gold combined with copper. Antiqued
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mixture of metals that usually benefits from the best qualities of each of the separate ingredients. See Bronze, Steel
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Metal compounds fused together when molten to form bronze for casting. Different component parts will result in different types of bronze.
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A blend of metals. Also slang for &quot;aluminum.&quot;
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A mixture of two or more materials, at least one of which is a metal.
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A substance having metal properties and being composed of two or more chemical elements of which at least one is a metal.
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A composition of two or more metals.
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A metal that is a combination of two or more elements, at least one of which is a metal. An admixture; something added which stains, taints etc. *vo|metalamig fro|aloiier||assemble, join, fromla| [..]
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