Just then we drove upon a bridge, which crossed a vile pool, upon the shore of which was a rolling-mill.
There were foundries and machine-shops and forging-shops and a rolling-mill, almost completely robotic.
Besides, speech is a rolling-mill that always thins out the sentiment.
The pig-iron produced at these smelting-works is now used in a foundry close at hand, to which a rolling-mill is just added.
The Author snarled to me that she laughed like a rolling-mill and reasoned like a head-on collision.
In 1750 it placed him under a penalty of 200 for erecting a rolling-mill, tilt-hammer or steel-furnace.
Mouldings are run out for us by the mile, like iron from the rolling-mill or tunes from a musical-box, as cheap and as soulless.
Our rolling-mill men and steel-works men are working now under the same wages under which they struck.
At twenty-one he engaged in the project of a rolling-mill at Youngstown, which proved successful.
Our rolling-mill heaters are making from ninety to one hundred dollars a month.