Lacquer

  • 161 japan — ja·pan || dÊ’É™ pæn v. varnish with japan lacquer; coat with any black lacquer n. shiny black lacquer which originated in Japan; something varnished with japan lacquer adj. of or pertaining to japan lacquer …

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  • 162 japanning — ja·pan || dÊ’É™ pæn v. varnish with japan lacquer; coat with any black lacquer n. shiny black lacquer which originated in Japan; something varnished with japan lacquer adj. of or pertaining to japan lacquer …

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  • 163 japans — ja·pan || dÊ’É™ pæn v. varnish with japan lacquer; coat with any black lacquer n. shiny black lacquer which originated in Japan; something varnished with japan lacquer adj. of or pertaining to japan lacquer …

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  • 164 Japanese art — covers a wide range of art styles and media, including ancient pottery, sculpture in wood and bronze, ink painting on silk and paper, and a myriad of other types of works of art. It also has a long history, ranging from the beginnings of human… …

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  • 165 Figure painting (hobby) — Figure painting is the hobby of painting miniature figures and/or model figures, either in its own right or as an adjunct to role playing games, wargames, military modeling, etc.Because of the small scale of these figures, the often finely… …

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  • 166 Pearl Drums — Industry Musical Instruments Headquarters Yachiyo, Chiba, Japan Key people Katsumi Yanagisawa: Founder Masakatsu Yanagisawa: President CEO Products Drums, Drum hardware, Flutes …

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  • 167 Drum Workshop — (DW) Type Private Founded Santa Monica, California, USA (1972) Headquarters Oxnard, California, USA …

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  • 168 CD rot — (or DVD rot) is a phrase describing the tendency of CD or DVD disks to become unreadable due to physical or chemical deterioration. The causes of this effect vary from oxidation of the reflective layer, to physical scuffing and abrasion of disk… …

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  • 169 Suan Pakkad Palace — Suan Pakkad Palace: The Lacquer Pavillon The Lacquer Pa …

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  • 170 Sawantvadi — Infobox Indian Jurisdiction native name = Sawantwadi | type = city | latd = 16| longd = 73 locator position = right | state name = Maharashtra district = Sindhudurg leader title = leader name = altitude = 111.86 population as of = 2001 population …

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  • 171 Visual arts of Cambodia — The history of visual arts in Cambodia stretches back centuries to ancient crafts; Khmer art reached its peak during the Angkor period. Traditional Cambodian arts and crafts include textiles, non textile weaving, silversmithing, stone carving,… …

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  • 172 Marchand-mercier — Edme François Gersaint s shop, in Antoine Watteau s L Enseigne de Gersaint, in form a shop sign, though never used as such. A marchand mercier[1] is a French term for a type of entrepreneur working outside the guild system of craftsmen but… …

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  • 173 Direct Metal Mastering — is a vinyl record manufacturing technology by TELDEC. Records manufactured with this technology are often marked by a DMM logo on the outer record sleeve. The cutting lathe for DMM engraves the audio signal directly onto a copper plated master… …

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  • 175 photoengraving — /foh toh en gray ving/, n. 1. a photographic process of preparing printing plates for letterpress printing. 2. a plate so produced. 3. a print made from it. [1870 75; PHOTO + ENGRAVING] * * * Any of several processes for producing printing plates …

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  • 176 Tempyō style — Japanese sculptural style of the Nara period (710–784), greatly influenced by the Chinese imperial style of the Tang dynasty (618–907). Many supreme sculptural achievements of Japanese Buddhist art were created during this era, often in unbaked… …

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  • 177 hirameji — ▪ Japanese art  (Japanese: “flat dust base”), in Japanese lacquerwork, variation of the jimaki technique. For this kind of ground decoration, small, irregularly shaped flakes of sheet gold or silver are used. The hiramefun, or “flat dust,” is… …

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  • 178 kanshitsu — ▪ Japanese art       (Japanese: “dry lacquer”), technique of Japanese sculpture and decorative arts in which a figure or vessel is fashioned with many layers of hemp cloth soaked with lacquer, the surface details being subsequently modelled with… …

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  • 179 nashiji — ▪ lacquerwork also called  Aventurine,         in Japanese lacquerwork, form of maki e (q.v.) that is frequently employed for the background of a pattern. Gold or silver flakes called nashiji ko are sprinkled onto the surface of the object… …

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  • 180 Sapindales — ▪ plant order Introduction  order of dicotyledonous flowering plants, containing 9 families, about 460 genera, and some 5,700 species of shrubs, woody vines, and trees. It includes the Citrus genus and other species important for their fruits.… …

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