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Old February 15th 11, 08:31 AM
dalethomas1 dalethomas1 is offline
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Silver's Blue is basically an album by jazz pianist Horace Silver and that was recorded for the Columbia label in 1956 featuring performances by Silver with Joe Gordon.
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Old December 3rd 11, 06:01 AM
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ham since 1955 however away a lot more than within.

I had been saddened when I lost usenet entry but reached liking Yahoo
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little visitors on this checklist.
Anyhow, just thoughts on my personal blueing but I do not think it's
rather simple associated with tarnish for that simple reason that this only seems
on the tines. My impulse says that tarnish is a surface phenomenon
and should appear all around the piece.

Because the tines are the thinnest part of the piece, I suspect it's a
warmth related problem. When tempering during forging, the actual tines always
got hotter, quicker compared to remaining piece and could have left the
hidden image of the blue phase on the tines. Why it's simply begun to
appear is the real mystery.

I'm thinking that somehow annealing it once again could be the remedy however need
some ethical assistance before venturing back to this.

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