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noun as in notoriety

noun as in signature

verb as in autograph

verb as in blacken

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With ink consistency that falls in line with the standard gel pen, you won’t have to worry about smudging or being completely exact in your line drawing.

Even better, you can refill the ink to spare you from buying another set.

With so many options on the market, it can be tough to whittle down the optimal brand, ink quality, and pen type to suit your exact needs.

From affordable do-it-all photo printers with dye-based inks and dual-sided document printing, to studio-grade options that use archival grade pigments and thick fine art mediums, we’ve tried to include an option for every budget and skill level.

That’s when a new era of terrorism will become truly visible, like secret ink, unless countries take note now.

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Much ink has been spilled over the wonky science and plot contrivances of Interstellar.

Powdered ink would adhere to the charged image and then it would be pressed via heat onto paper.

The edges of the elegant paper are crackled; the ink bled into the linen weave long ago and has not faded.

A lot of ink will continue to be spilled about the first-order problems surrounding that fact.

His ink ranges from images of his children to the Superman logo (that one seems especially fitting given his leaping blocks).

She also practises etching, pen-and-ink drawing, as well as crayon and water-color sketching.

And, old ink pot, tuck a horse blanket under my chin, and rub me down with brickbats while I feed!

Maype he trinks ret ink gocktails, like de Injuns; maype he trinks Florita Vater, oder golone.

Her mother, wearing an ink-stained jacket, was busy at her desk, the pen scratching on the big sheets of pad paper.

Her hair was black as India ink, drawn back from her rounded forehead to knot softly at the back of her head.


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