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Duplex steels have improved strength over austenitic stainless steels and also improved resistance to localised corrosion, particularly pitting, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.

Legend tells that Gen. George washington lost his watch on the mountain and it may still be heard
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Claudius suddenly reappears, and angrily dismisses the crestfallen Nero.

The group is overjoyed to find them, but is immediately crestfallen to find that they have no means of opening them.

Will was crestfallen, and came to the realization that the second time he hooked up with jade Taylor he impregnated her.

I was a bit crestfallen then when she told me that her sister had borrowed the sax, taken it along to a teacher for some lessons and had been told it was too old to be of any use! Great win at Poole - Steve Allen (see his website) crestfallen! "And he looked crestfallen.

And when we say "disappointed”, we mean "crestfallen”, "broken-hearted”, "infuriated” and, actually, "a little bit frightening”..

At kennedy, Kabula wiped tears from her eyes, crestfallen at the prospect of leaving her friends and the safety of New York.

Chris Kirk "hated" when he won his pivotal match when Anirban Lahiri missed a tiny putt on 18. And Bill Haas said he really felt for the crestfallen local hero Bae.

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