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smelt

(smĕlt)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of smell

smelt

small marine finfish Osmerus eparlanus, O. mordax.
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The Wenatchee smelter was shut down in early January.
I approached the owners and told them we couldn't operate the smelter.
The deal was designed to save 800 jobs at the smelter after its long-term viability was in doubt.
These batteries are recycled at secondary lead smelters.
The company invested in a multimillion-dollar programme to upgrade the smelter and bring it in line with international environmental standards.
The smelter, a joint venture between Rio Tinto Alcan (20 per cent), Oman Oil Company (40 per cent) and Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (40 per cent), was completed on time, on budget and reached full production capacity in February this year, said a statement.
Spector says that the speculation regarding consolidation among Chinese aluminum smelters has traction.
The Eastalco smelter was idled in December 2005 because it could not secure a competitively priced long-term electrical power arrangement.
We sell a line of crushers from Australia and a line of drills that are used in the smelter business from Chile.
The traditional reasoning has been that if two bullets are chemically indistinguishable, they probably came from the same pot of molten lead at the smelter or were manufactured on the same day by the same company.
CVRD could merge Albras with another aluminum producer in Brazil, like Alumar [the second-largest smelter, owned by Alcoa and BHP Billiton], or a smaller smelter, which would give the resulting company far greater economy of scale," says Jose Vita, head of corporate finance for the Rio de Janeiro-based Banco Pactual investment bank.
The extraordinary success of Alusaf's mammoth aluminium smelter at Richard's Bay, South Africa, seems to have wetted Gencor's appetite for expansion.