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Etch all shades of the color pretty deeply in any of the stippled or aquatint styles.

Make the necessary erasures with water of Ayr stone and etch with fairly strong nitric acid.

Practical LithographyAlfred Seymour

Etch only enough to eat away the uppermost parts of the prepared surface that have not been permeated with fat.

Then, I love to etch, particularly on noses, and that was a good big one.

DaisyMiranda Eliot Swan

But you cannot etch a girl—nor, unless in his old age, or with very partial rendering of him, a gentleman.

You see there is chost the least sdain of rhet on the etch of the leafs.

Bride RosesW. D. Howells

For the last time I referred to the map, pulpy and blurred with the day's exposure, and tried to etch it into my brain.

The Riddle of the SandsErskine Childers

He loved Marguerite Le Conte, and taught her to etch as well as himself.

The thing that was like to have wrecked her life had no sharp outlines to etch themselves upon the plate of memory.

It is often asserted that any one can etch who can draw, but this is a mistaken assertion likely to mislead.

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