from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To slap; strike with violence; beat.
- To maltreat.
- n. A slap; a flat blow.
- n. A piece; a fragment; a large piece or lump.
- n. A portfolio; a blotting-book or blotting-pad.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Essentially, I had already written a couple of all-ages how-to-draw type books for a London publisher called Ilex Press (who I knew from his Vertigo UK days) asked me to write a "blad" for a book on self-publishing comics.
I shoot 100 grain three blad Muzzy's on a 28 Gold Tip at 310 fps and shoots same point at 60 yards
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(Again, for the uninitiated, a blad is just a small booklet of sample pages, usually in the exact trim size of the finished book.)
Raise the lawn mower blad to at least three inches.
~ Along with those edits, I was asked to revamp the manuscript into a 32-page blad book laid out and design.
Doubleday plans to send the blad out to various publicity outlets in advance of my October 2008 publication — a very good sign that the-powers-that-be are excited and supportive of my book.
I remember going to Disneyland with my family and using a Shrek2 hat to help protect my blad dome and how many of the park employees themselves commented that they were looking forward to S2 hitting the theaters.
Garishly colored sidebars push deep into the body of the text, offering non sequiturs such as, “blad sic zippers Mothra back drop another million yen.”
Tiktaalik presents an intermediate condition where the dermal shoulder blad extends over more of the lateral face of the scapulocoracoid.