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ductile
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The Aeneid
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  • Some hammer helmets for the fighting field; Some twine young sallows to support the shield; The croslet some, and some the cuishes mold, With silver plated, and with ductile gold.
  • ) The ductile rind and leaves of radiant gold: This from the vulgar branches must be torn, And to fair Proserpine the present borne, Ere leave be giv’n to tempt the nether skies.

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  • It is less ductile in the cold.
  • specify ductile iron, so it won’t break

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