“This, on being taken up, will carry with it the "inlays," and they can be picked up one at a time on the point of a fine folder, and stuck on the book.”
“It has the old time-y drafting and "making up" techniques of traditional tailoring and answers many questions for me such as how to use Tailor's Tacks to mark the seam allowances and still add in "inlays" so adjustments can be made.”
“Of the 778 entries you have chosen the winner of the Remington Model 1100 Premier Sporting 28-Gauge with nickel receiver and gold inlays (valued at $1,400).”
“Thanks to the good folks at Remington, the winner will receive a Model 1100 Premier Sporting 28-Gauge with a nickel receiver and gold inlays!”
“From your description it sounds like the Spyderco - black synthetic grips with textured polymer inlays, silver (uncoated) VG-10 blade.”
“Occasionally a piece is accented with simple inlays of pewter, copper or wood marquetry, but most frequently Stickley relies on vigorous strap hinges, bale drawer-pulls and other wrought-iron or hammered copper hardware to lend ornament to the restrained Craftsman design vocabulary.”
“They were usually built of white marble, enriched with carvings, inlays of coloured marbles Cosmati and glass mosaics.”
“The altar rail has inlays of richly-colored marble, and even the somewhat dated side altars are not unappealing in a nostalgic sort of way.”
“This vehicle features 400-horsepower and is offered with leather seating provided by an eco-friendly tannery in Scotland to the extent a tannery can ever be described as "eco-friendly" and inlays of oak, mahogany or walnut.”
“The clothes were breathtaking - with lots of color, adornment, eyelet inlays, fringe and tons of feathers.”
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