- money. “Tin” is also used, and so are most forms of metal.
- impudence. In 1803 some artillerymen stationed at Norwich were directed to prove some brass ordnance belonging to the city. To the report delivered to the corporation was appended this note:—“_N.B._—It is customary for the corporal to have the old metal when any of the pieces burst.” _Answer._—“The corporation is of opinion that the corporal does not want BRASS.”
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