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  • n. Plural form of etcher.


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  • Gone, at least for now, are the glass-blowers and etchers and the Times Square exhibit devoted to the spangly orb Waterford designed for New York's millennial New Year's Eve ball drop.

    Too Bad Waterford Didn't Make Crystal Balls

  • Among writers in the North Ibsen began to hold very much the position that Whistler was taking among painters and etchers in this country, that is to say the abuse and ridicule of his works by a dwindling group of elderly conventional critics merely stung into more frenzied laudation an ever-widening circle of youthful admirers.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • You know typesetters and dot etchers had the same reaction to desktop publishing.

    Revisionist curmudgeons « BuzzMachine

  • That's good news for Lam, which should receive an order for its dielectric etchers worth $60 million to $65 million per fab over the next 18 months at each of its three new 300mm copper fabs.

    Lam To Benefit From Micron Demand: Analyst

  • Those ducks of late had been all definitely painters, etchers, or sculptors, so that her impatience with the Forsytes and their hopelessly inartistic outlook had become intense.

    In Chancery

  • Many great painters saw in light and color the visible shadows of another world, and not just painters but master etchers like Rembrandt who revealed the mysteries of light by suggestive tone.

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • The old etchers turned chemical action to the service of Art. The modern photographer does the same, using the mysterious forces of nature as agents in making his thoughts visible.

    Pictorial Photography in America 1921

  • Working in direct connection with this department, and as part of it, are three telegraph operators and nine artists, etchers, photographers and engravers; in the Washington office three staff correspondents, and in the Milwaukee office one such correspondent -- making for what

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 795, March 28, 1891

  • This room contains a splendid collection of prints from all of Joseph Pennell's important series, in etching, lithography and mezzotint-a remarkable display by one of the world's greatest etchers.

    An Art-Lovers Guide to the Exposition

  • Pennell and Whistler the American etchers are doing work universally worth while.

    An Art-Lovers Guide to the Exposition


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