Se lichama, e is gesewenlic, HF lif of re sawle, e is ungesewenlic.
Thengendring, for The engendring, the process of production, HF.
Se e gelyf, and HF ege, and nele eah-hwere gd wyrcan, se bi onne deoflum gelic.
He cep ra sceatta, and blissa on am wurmynte, and HF his mede for isum life, and bi bescyred re ecan mede.
Se is Fder gehten, foran e he HF Sunu, one e he of him sylfum gestrynde, butan lcre meder.
Se man HF gold, t is gd be his me: he HF land and welan, a sint gde.
Nu is se mann gecweden 'eall gesceaft,' foran e he HF sum ing gemne mid eallum gesceafte.
Se e urh gode geearnunga becym to issum seofonfealdum gifum s Halgan Gastes, he HF onne ealle geince.
Swa hold is God mancynne, t he HF geset his englas us to hyrdum, t h ne sceolon na geafian am reum deoflum t h s fordon magon.
Gif he rihtwis bi, he HF onne maran geince urh his brocunge, gif he geyldig bi.
The symbol for the element hafnium.
The symbol for hafnium.
A bright, silvery metallic element that occurs in zirconium ores. Because hafnium absorbs neutrons better than any other metal and is resistant to corrosion, it is used to control nuclear reactions. Atomic number 72; atomic weight 178.49; melting point 2,220°C; boiling point 5,400°C; specific gravity 13.3; valence 4. See Periodic Table.