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You design the components of a chip—its wires and semiconductors—and then etch them into a series of “masks,” much as you make a stencil to put a pattern on a T-shirt.

Presently, the oldest known examples are some 40,000 years in age, consisting of paintings and hand stencils on Sulawesi island in Indonesia and in the El Castillo cave in Spain.

From Time

All graffiti is low-level dissent, but stencils have an extra history.

From Ozy

Gordon picked up a pair secondhand and began to stencil then onto blank canvases with spray paint.

But their main gripe is the stencil-welding spray painter is not actually part of the graffiti world.

As the microbes moved toward the light to carry out photosynthesis, they projected the image of the stencil.

A Banksyesque stencil of Einstein carries a sign bearing the most unBanksyesque: message LOVE IS THE ANSWER.

Long time the girl sat absorbed, her golden colour, her brown-gold hair in harmony with the universal stencil of gold.

Next lay the stencil in a small shallow dish and pour a small quantity of fresh nitric acid over it.

The stencil may be given a final cleaning in a dish of benzine or gasoline, which will remove any remaining wax.

A stencil was cut and copied, and for many days Bouginier's nose appeared on all the walls in Paris.

Each slight projection makes a hole in the paper, and then the stencil idea begins again.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stencil, such as: arrangement, decoration, device, diagram, figure, and guide.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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