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bronze
used in The Demolished Man

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bronze won't corrode in salt water
Definition
a brownish-colored metal with red or yellow hues that is made of copper and (usually) tin
  • He poised the Rhodospin cap, then thrust open the bronze door, revealing nine steps mounting to an anteroom.
    Chapter 4 (95% in)
bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
  • At every step the crystal hummed sweet chords, throbbing like the prolonged over-tones of bronze bells.
    Chapter 9 (15% in)
  • Ben Reich slowly threaded his way through the main hall to the music room, turned right, mounted the stairs to the Picture Gallery, passed through the bronze doors leading to the Orchid Suite, blinded and stunned the Beaumont guards, and then entered the suite.
    Chapter 13 (20% in)
bronze = made of a type of high-quality metal
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exact meaning not specified
  • Between a livid Lucrece and a horde of Sabine Women was a flush door of polished bronze.
    Chapter 4 (91% in)
  • As the Jumper descended, Powell could make out the figures of patients and attendants... all bronzed, active, laughing, playmg.
    Chapter 17 (51% in)

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