Theophrastus mentions a substitute for vermilion, but, in spite of commentators, there is no evidence that it was red-lead.
Chips was there the whole afternoon on his knees, messing with putty and red-lead.
Faure improved it somewhat by coating the lead plates with red-lead, thus increasing the capacity of the cell.
Perhaps the most interesting experiment made by Hales is the heating of minium (red-lead) with the production of oxygen.
Only after a long search were a few fragments found with traces of red-lead ore.
The joints between the rings of tubbing are made with sheet lead one-eighth of an inch thick, coated with red-lead.
The Dhimal propitiate Data and Bedata by presents of betel-leaf and red-lead.
A finely powdered mixture of red-lead and sulphur is dusted through a sieve over the cooling crystal.
“Hæc fabula docet,” wrote Flaxius as he revised the proof with a red-lead pencil, for which he had paid a penny in the Calzolaio.
I found him busy, drawing strange hieroglyphics on a large sheet of foolscap paper with a red-lead pencil.