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1, Nickel can be used for making coins.
2, We normally plate the car handles with nickel and then chrome.
3, He wanted to nickel me up for another hot dog.
4, These include lead and antimony, nickel, manganese and zinc, and bismuth and iron.
5, Louis, the nickel was the smallest coin.
6, The chromium and nickel are added to give shine and prevent rusting.
7, May I have a nickel?
8, The high nickel content of meteoritic iron emerged at about this time as an accepted indicator of nonterrestrial origin.
9, Low-grade copper and nickel sulphides developed at or near the contacts.
10, There were mines for copper, lead, cobalt. nickel, antimony, manganese and uranium.
11, The 11 metals concerned include copper, zinc, lead, nickel, cadmium and mercury.
12, The drivers received a 25-percent commission on every nickel their reluctant passengers paid out.
13, The metals probably include chromium, manganese, cobalt, vanadium, nickel,(http://sentencedict.com/nickel.html) tungsten and tantalum.
14, Too many people have undiagnosed nickel allergies, and gold is plated using cyanide so no gold, either.
15, Eight nickel cadmium batteries are grouped together inside the handle pack.
16, The earth's core is a hot, molten mix of iron and nickel.
17, He used to fish for blue crab in the river and sell them for a nickel apiece.
18, The three principal elements in irons are always iron, nickel, and cobalt.
19, The lunchroom sold a plate of beans for a nickel.
20, If Mr Putin wants to coddle war criminals, let him do it on his own nickel.
21, In modern commercial synthesis graphite is mixed with a metal solvent - cobalt or nickel is used today.
22, Rotosound have been experimenting with a new type of nickel plating which gives an exceptionally bright sound thanks to increased magnetic response.
23, At other windows she could see tables with folded paper napkins and nickel plated cruets.
24, Shares of metal producers also fell as prices of nickel, copper and aluminum futures declined on the London Metal Exchange.
25, This applies to, for example, gold, petroleum, copper, iron ore, lead, silver, nickel and zinc.
26, That was offset in part by higher prices for platinum, palladium and nickel.
27, He was on the other side of the wall, slipping nickel bags and dime bags through the slots.
28, The cobalt abundance is usually about a tenth of the nickel concentration.
29, But here, in the rotunda of the Astor House, a nickel would buy only a glass of beer.
30, This week the company released new drilling results showing that nickel reserves are twice as large as expected.
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