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A Scottish surname, variant of Stirling
An English surname, thought to be a variant of Starling
A male given name transferred from the surnames
high quality
of, or relating to British currency, or the former British coinage
sterling silver, or articles made from this material
former British gold or silver coinage of a standard fineness: for gold 0.91666 and for silver 0.925
the currency of the United Kingdom; especially the pound
of, relating to, or made from sterling silver
genuine
{a} genuine, lawful, pure
{n} English coin, a standard rate, a defense
A male given name transferred from the surname
Sterling is the money system of Great Britain. The stamps had to be paid for in sterling
Same as Starling, 3
{i} British currency; standard of fineness for silver or gold (Britain); sterling silver; objects made of sterling silver; sterling silver flatware
highest in quality
Bruce Sterling is the author responsible for coining the term cyberpunk
{s} of or made of sterling silver; flawless, of the highest quality; of or pertaining to British currency
Belonging to, or relating to, the standard British money of account, or the British coinage; as, a pound sterling; a shilling sterling; a penny sterling; now chiefly applied to the lawful money of England; but sterling cost, sterling value, are used
A white and highly reflective precious metal Sterling silver refers to silver that is 92 5 percent pure, which should be stamped on the metal, sometimes accompanied by the initials of the designer or the country of origin as a hallmark Although less durable than stainless steel and other precious metals, sterling silver is often employed in watches that coordinate or look like Sterling silver jewelry A protective coating may be added to prevent tarnish
British money; especially the pound sterling as the basic monetary unit of the UK
British pound, otherwise known as cable
Muscadine cultivar widely grown in S E United States Similar to the Carlos grape above
the term applied to English silver, it refers to the minimum standard of fineness, i e 925 parts per 1000 pure silver This standard was established by an ordinance in 1300 and has been legal since then, only replaced by the Britannia Standard during the period from 1697 to 1720
has long been the recognized standard for solid silver, although in present day America with free time at a premium and fewer discretionary dollars, fewer homes own sterling Sterling, by law, must be 925 parts pure silver and 75 parts alloy, usually copper, which provides strength and hardness, since pure silver is soft As silver bullion increases in price, so too does sterling tableware
UK currency Official collective term
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Any English coin of standard value; coined money
Genuine; pure; of excellent quality; conforming to the highest standard; of full value; as, a work of sterling merit; a man of sterling good sense
A certain standard of quality or value for money
approval Sterling means very good in quality; used to describe someone's work or character. Those are sterling qualities to be admired in anyone. = excellent, outstanding. very good
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Sterling is silver with a fineness of 925, that is, sterling is 925 parts per thousand (or 92 5%) silver and 7 5 parts per thousand (or 7 5%) copper (the copper increases the silver's hardness) Sterling is quite malleable
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sterling silver
Sterling-silver articles collectively
sterling silver
An alloy containing not less than 92.5 percent of silver, the remainder usually being copper
sterling area
the group of countries whose currencies are tied to the British pound sterling
sterling silver
The word "Sterling" is the best known and most respected marking in use today Pure silver alone is too soft for everyday use Copper is the metal commonly used to give "Sterling" its added stiffness and wearing qualities Sterling is often referred to as solid silver It is composed of 925 parts pure silver in every 1000 -- this proportion never varies -- it is fixed by law
sterling silver
A white and highly reflective precious metal Sterling refers to silver that is 92 5 percent pure, which should be stamped on the metal, sometimes accompanied by the initials of the designer or country of origin as a hallmark Although less durable than stainless steel and other precious metals, sterling silver is often employed in watches that coordinate or look like sterling jewelry A protective coating may be added to prevent tarnish
sterling silver
An alloy made of 925 parts of silver with 75 parts of copper or another metal
sterling silver
a silver alloy with no more than 7 5% copper
sterling silver
Must be 925/1000 (92 5%) fine silver and 75/1000 (7 5%) copper This proportion is fixed by law
sterling silver
925 parts silver, legal standard 800 or less amount of silver is known as silver parts, as marked on the jewelry, not sterling silver
sterling silver
Alloy of silver (92 5 percent) and copper (7 5 percent) Inexpensive silver cleaners work as well as more expensive jewelry store brands
sterling silver
Silver of 925 fineness 92 5 % silver; 7 5% copper Also called "Standard Silver "
sterling silver
A silver alloy that contains 92 5% silver and 7 5% copper It can be wore by most Sterling silver does tarnish with time To clean, use a polishing cloth or sprinkle a fair amount of dry baking powder on a soft cloth and hold it in the palm of your hand Rub carefully to avoid scratching stones or glass components When done, shake the powder off
sterling silver
Silver of at least 925 parts per 1000 purity The minimum standard for English silver
sterling silver
An alloy of 92 5% (or more) pure silver with the balance usually of copper
sterling silver
92 5% pure silver Yamaha uses only sterling silver for its silver flutes and piccolo headjoints Back
sterling silver
- 925/1000 fine, with 75/1000 of added metal, usually copper, to give it strength and stiffness This is the standard set by the United States Government in the Stamping Act of 1906, and any article stamped "sterling" is supposed to be of assured quality
sterling silver
A term used to describe silver alloy that contains 92% silver and 7 5% copper Legally, 7 5% of any metal may be used with the product still marked "sterling"
sterling silver
5% copper
sterling silver
often incorrectly referred to as solid silver, Sterling Silver is composed of 925 parts of pure silver and 75 parts alloy, usually copper In England, 925 is always called silver, not sterling Each Sterling piece should show a Sterling mark
sterling silver
To qualify as "sterling" a given pieces must be composed if a least 92 5% pure silver
sterling silver
a silver alloy with no more than 7
pound sterling
The currency of the United Kingdom
Bruce Sterling
born April 14, 1954, Brownsville, Texas, U.S. U.S. science-fiction writer. He graduated from the University of Texas in 1976, the year his first story, "Man-Made Self," was published. A principal proponent of cyberpunk, science fiction dealing with harsh future urban societies dominated by computer technology, he edited Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology (1986) and published novels such as Schismatrix (1985), Islands in the Net (1988), The Difference Engine (1990; with William Gibson), and Distraction (1999)
pound sterling
the standard unit of money in Britain, which is divided into 100 pence
pound sterling
monetary unit of the United Kingdom
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