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  • n. Alternative form of sketch.
  • v. Alternative form of sketch.


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  • Without further preamble let me proceed to give you a slight scetch of our late uproar and mirth.

    Letter 291

  • I showed him the songs and left them with him; he says they want some trifling amendment in the Bass, which he will do — then asking if the three which I gave him were all Isaac had composed, I produced the scetch of the 'Highland Drover.' this he seems to think adapted for

    Letter 89

  • The scetch of the Hut would indeed be considere'd here as a prize and I should keep it as such.

    Letter 119

  • If you recieve this in time I should esteem it a great favour could you write and say if it be agreeable to have your scetch-book returned to Stouts Hill, as I am in hopes of seeing you again at Fulham.

    Letter 224

  • Before started any kits I'm always sources any kits photo, then I scetch in paper after that copy draw the kits.

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  • From the scetch you can make the basic kits templates.

    Basic Tutorial Part 1

  • Little Britain is awesome as a scetch show, but can it work as a movie?

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  • Mon 09/22/08 4:18 AM in the cougar, scetch, i know the 3 woman that opened the scetch, amy, kristin and casey, but who was the 4th woman that came into the scetch with james franco?

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  • I actually had him look briefly at my paintings and scetch book, and I asked him if he had been to art school.

    dailycomic Diary Entry

  • Oh, and the scetch has been blurred so that you will have to wait to see its official revealing.

    dailycomic Diary Entry


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