[ UK /dɪkˈæl/ ]
- either a design that is fixed to some surface or a paper bearing the design which is to be transferred to the surface
How To Use decal In A Sentence
- His range of effects is unusually eloquent; there is something of the monoprint to them, as well as elements of the Surrealist techniques of decalcomania and frottage.
- Especially compelling were the bathrooms, where colorful decals and objects extended from the more public washing areas into the stalls themselves.
- Then she told Jerezano where on his windshield to put the decalcomania, wished him a good day and thanked him for coming to Mexico. Tramites: Mexican Paperwork----ouch!
- Acquire the ability to recognize and be on the lookout for overglaze decals in the center of a plate, platter, bowl or the like, as well as overglaze backstamps.
- According to the American Heart Association, a healthy total cholesterol level for someone with no additional risk factors (smoking, obesity) is less than 200mg/dL (milligrams per decaliter), assuming their LDL and HDL totals are also at desirable levels. eHow - Health How To's
- This marker stains follicle mantle cells in routinely fixed and decalcified paraffin-embedded tissues.
- This Decalogue, which is often called the ritual Decalogue, so it's listed on there in Exodus 34, bans intermarriage with Canaanites less they entice the Israelites into worship of their gods.
- After doing research on the net I see that those spots are early signs of decay, the teeth are decalcified in those white spots? White Spots On Teeth-Enamel Hypoplasia
- The consistency with which the reviews mention the poorness of the service is very eloquent, demonstrating the decalage between what this place thinks it is and what it actually is.
- In each, he runs a dazzling gamut of painterly techniques: glazing, impasto, scumbling, decalcomania, fluid linear strokes and so on.