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|“Not only strike while the iron is hot, but make it hot by striking.” – Oliver Cromwell |
FIGHTIN' WORDS: The essence of this quote lies in the truth that opportunities
are not merely passively found, but actively created. Ifyou—like most people— ...
|When Cromwell was asked to postpone an enterprise and “wait till the iron was |
hot,” he bravely replied that he would make the iron hot by striking it. That is the
dauntless spirit we want to-day—the spirit which laughs at difficulty, and is not to
|QuotationsBook.com. There is no future in any job. The future lies in the man who |
holds the job. - Crane, George W. Make the iron hot by striking it. - Cromwell,
Oliver Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises.
|Goals are dreams with deadlines. Do not wait to strike till the iron is hot but make |
it hot by striking. Fortune favors the brave. Losers do what is tension-relieving
while winners do what is goal-achieving. Impatience never commanded success.
|John Ayto. stream street strength strevgthen stretch stride striking string strip |
stroke, strong struck strat ... Seems to have struck oil in the search for better ways
of computing electronic states. strike while the iron is hot make use ofan
|Handling cast iron, it is capable of delivering without too great attention metal |
superheated to any degree, reduced in ... and the proper additions can be made
before the metal is ready to pour, making possible the closest regulation of the
composition. ... Desulphurization The most striking reaction taking place in the
basic electric furnace is desulphurization ; also it may become its most valuable.
... Abetted by super-hot metal the efficiency of the ordinary riser becomes
|led ; for this purpose the iron must be stratified away in blue sparks : the metal |
then begins to with charcoal dust within a proper furnace, ... and there with po-
iron) are brought into a low fusion, on a hearth king rods of wrought iron, in order
to make every or low furnace, ... grows solid, and must be taken to adapt them to
be received between the rollers : out red-hot, and tried by striking it with a ham-
|Cromwell, Oliver Make the iron hot by striking it. - Cromwell, Oliver You have sat |
too long for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done
with you. In the name of God, go! - Cromwell, Oliver Mr. Lely, I desire you would ...
|A stream of air was then directed through the tube from the bellows, but this air |
which passed through the red-hot tube was ... A blacksmith can make a rod of
iron red hot striking it smartly with a hammer; the heavy parts of machinery, by
|One final point, striking too much concrete repeatedly can be damaging to the |
heart. How Much Pressure it Takes to Hurt This question is one of the most often
asked, and the simple answer is, it depends on where you hit, who you hit and
with what you hit. ... And finally, where you strike makes all the difference in the
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