A stainless-steel refrigerator, which normally costs more than five years' worth of Ms Peñaloza's rent, fills the cramped kitchen.
I showered and washed my hair… Each dorm had a bathroom with eight showers—vinyl-curtained, stainless-steel stalls.
For the same reason a Hummer had cost a fortune: It comes with spinning hubcaps and stainless-steel grill guards.
When the last olives have yielded their golden oils, they are left to settle for two weeks in stainless-steel tanks.
Finally, the wine is transferred by bucket to oak barrels or stainless-steel casks.
There, half hidden behind a row of stainless-steel basin assemblies, was a nine-inch bowl.
A stainless-steel capsule popped into the transparent wall dock.
About fifty feet up he could make out the smooth, stainless-steel connecting ring where the second stage joined the first.
1917, a chromium-steel alloy (usually 14% chromium) used for cutlery, etc., so called because it is highly resistant to rust or tarnish.