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  • n. Plural form of engraver.


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  • , maybe it would be a good idea to call the engravers office and tell them to come back in a few weeks.


  • One of his first actions was to take over the imperial Persian mint in Tarsus and order the engravers to strike a new silver coin.

    Alexander the Great

  • By the bye, Storer and Greig, the engravers, have given me four little volms, the 'Topographical Cabinet' which show in very highly finished miniature some of the best remains in the island.

    Letter 236

  • The engravers are coming home from Suffolk tomorrow or next day with their sketches and they will call on me [1]

    Letter 162

  • But Cranach and Dürer, great multifaceted figures of the Renaissance, were both masters of the engravers' art, and the little show's tightly focused, sampler comparison of their print work is fascinating.

    Masterful Engravers

  • I've spent a considerable amount on it, and I think the individual level of craftsmanship has risen to an art form in the hands of engravers, stocksmiths, and gunsmiths who do remarkable work.

    The most money i've paid for a rifle is...?

  • Universal Laser makes small desktop engravers relatively cheap, around $7K. [www.]

    Laser-Cut Earbud Owl Keeps Your Cords Tangle-Free | Lifehacker Australia

  • Donovan also scoured the country for engravers, printers, graphic artists, and special paper stocks to produce difficult-to-find currencies as well as foreign passports, rations cards, and other documents agents needed in the field.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • One particular thing I will be looking for is if there are any stone cutters and engravers in the area and how expensive it would be to ship a small stone cross to Marysville, WA.

    First Visit

  • Eye-popping displays of birds, butterflies, snakes, seashells, sea urchins, exotic plants, crocodiles, crustaceans and more, ignite the imagination and leave us in awe of the diversity of the natural world as well as the engravers' skill in producing these beautifully detailed plates.

    Jane Chafin: Is the Art World's One Percent Unraveling? A Fantastic Cabinet of Natural Curiosities


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