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engraved, etched, graven, incised, inscribedadjective
cut or impressed into a surface
"an incised design"; "engraved invitations"
Corroded so that the surface is matte and not fully transparent; -- of glass.
Cut or dug into the surface as by etching.
Etching is a printmaking technique in art.
Etched refers to a process or technique in which a design or pattern is produced on a hard surface (such as glass, metal, or stone) by cutting into the material's surface with a strong acid or mordant. It can also refer metaphorically to something being clearly fixed or embedded in one's mind or memory.
The numerical value of etched in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of etched in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
The more deeply the path is etched, the more it is used, and the more it is used, the more deeply it etched.
This has become their life, and both sides are desperate to win any way they can. Even if that is in the court of public opinion, they will take that win, everyone has woken up and realized that the law is not etched in stone. It is in the eye of the beholder and they are trying to influence that.
We received the news because of our relationship with the Swaseys, we were at the house when Garrett Swasey had to share the news with her children. The cries and sobs of her children learning that their daddy is never returning is something that will be etched in my mind for the rest of my life.
Joe Cocker is a legendary artist of rock and blues history and yet he was one of the most humble men I've ever met, his iconic voice will forever be etched in our memories and our thoughts go out to Joe’s wife Pam and his family at this difficult time. Joe will live on in the hearts of millions of fans around the world.
I'm informed by my faith in many things, and this is one of them. So I have to admit that I'm conflicted about this, but here's the deal, this happens in rare cases where the death penalty's given out and you meet family members that have lost a loved one and it's still in their heart. It's etched in their soul. And this is the way that they get closure? I get more comfortable with it, to be honest with you.
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