How To Use Enamel In A Sentence

  • This sort of enamel work on a faceted metal body was copied from the enamelled European watches.
  • Streptococcus mutans (S. mutans) has the ability to survive in a highly acidic environment, which is what makes it such a nasty tooth-decayer: remember, it’s the acid bacteria produce as they consume carbohydrates that eats away at tooth enamel. Paging all you "Face on Mars" believers...
  • The artists use acrylic enamel, which dries fast when heat is applied.
  • Neither type corresponds precisely to that seen in vertebrate enamel, and the extreme variation in crystal orientation is puzzling.
  • With the exceptions of the enamel and dentin of the teeth, bone composes the hardest structures in the human body.
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  • The substance releases the minerals into the teeth, encouraging the growth of new enamel.
  • These sculptures, and others, are juxtaposed with coins, medals, gems, seals, enamels, ivory carving, a cassone, a parade shield, moulded leather and even a waffling iron.
  • In its original sense enamel is glass or vitreous paste fused to a prepared surface, usually of metal, by means of intense heat.
  • Your drawing shows that much of the enamel is still intact.
  • They wore mirrored armor that would deflect a number of shots until the enamel wore off and only plain steel lay beneath.
  • It is now thought that it is a special protein unique to tooth enamel.
  • Shorter pockets can indulge among the automobilia, with petrol and sparking plug enamel advertising signs at anything from 20 upwards. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most placental mammals have teeth that are capped with enamel, but there are also lineages without teeth, such as anteaters, pangolins and baleen whales, or with enamelless teeth, such as armadillos, sloths, aardvarks and pygmy and sperm whales. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • Evidence of her home-grown methods can be found in the alligatored texture of some of her pieces, where she may have layered enamel paint before the undercoat dried.
  • Teeth form mainly from neuroectoderm and comprise a crown of insensitive enamel surrounding sensitive dentine and a root that has no enamel covering.
  • The dark-painted rim and foot imitate Japanese cloisonne enamel vases, which often feature dark rims and bases of shakudo, an alloy of antimony, copper, and gold.
  • They may also have dental problems such as a delay in teeth coming through or weak tooth enamel. The Sun
  • She makes us thick, sweet, black tea in cracked enamel mugs.
  • P & G's Crest Pro-Health Enamel Shield, which came out last year, is made with a particular type of fluoride called stannous fluoride. The Acid Test for Enamel-Saving Toothpastes
  • The Jewelry Design courses teach students to work with precious and semiprecious stones, cast jewelry with the lost-wax method, make rubber molds, use electroforming and enameling, set stones, and repair jewelry. You’re Certifiable
  • In canines and molars, this line is present closer to the incisal/occlusal part of the enamel, with only a small portion of prenatally formed enamel present PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • These works are particularly beautiful, and are decorated with gilding as well as famille verte and fencai enamel glazes.
  • + ions that demineralize the enamel beneath the surface of the tooth; calcium and phosphate are dissolved in the process. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • My new paint tubes are arranged in a neat arc, brushes and palette knife by their side, and an upturned white enamel plate ready to do duty as a palette until I can find an old one or buy new.
  • This dentine is darker than enamel, so teeth appear stained and discoloured.
  • The highly acidic nature of this drink also increases the risk of erosion of dental enamel.
  • On the platform of the scaffold was a conical-shaped block, enamelled in a brilliant red. The Mark of the Beast
  • However, often engravers’ and enamellers ' signatures do appear.
  • Researchers left a tooth in various drinks for an hour and measured the damage to surface enamel. The Sun
  • The combination of evenly distributed occlusal enamel and relatively short dentine horns in G. blacki results in a flat and low-cusped occlusal surface suitable to grinding tough or fibrous food objects. Archive 2009-02-01
  • Circular bezel divided saltirewise into four triangular spaces filled alternately with red and yellow enamel Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity [microform]
  • Less than three hours before the ‘opening’ the FLAT crew painted the floor with black enamel paint to smarten it up.
  • During gnawing, as the incisors grind against each other, they wear away the softer dentine, leaving the enamel edge as the blade of a chisel.
  • Fractures limited to the enamel and small amounts of dentine that are not sensitive may not require immediate treatment but should be checked by a dentist.
  • Glossy, visually pleasing vertical bars of black and white enamel intersect a variety of colorful, hard-edge shapes and geometric figures in reds, yellow, blues and greens.
  • Cream weatherboarding, green detailing on doors and window frames and what is apparently a reproduction Southern enamel 'target' station sign made by a member of the nearby Spa Valley Railway. Railway Echo No.3
  • Shaw – being the maverick painter in the pack, and a popular favourite – will surely win the big prize, though, with his views of nowhere places, meticulously and perversely rendered in the unwieldy and super low-tech medium of model aeroplane kit makers' Humbrol enamels. This week's new exhibitions
  • The celebrated enameller William Beilby served an apprenticeship in copper enamelling in Birmingham from 1755.
  • Staffordshire Enamels boxes, bonbonnières, music boxes, cufflinks, paperweights and clocks are shipped all over the world to discerning collectors.
  • At the far end of the lake, near the base of smouldering Mount Agung, sprawled a tight group of modest boxlike two-story structures enameled a bright aquamarine. Orphan Star
  • Mrs Drummond waved well-formed fingers tipped with flawless ovals of strawberry pink enamel. THE QUEST FOR K
  • The techniques involved, including repoussé relief, inlays, enamelling, filigree, engraving, and hatching, are those of exceptionally skilled designer-craftsmen, who held a deservedly important position in society.
  • In the years after 1204, a vast number of Byzantium artifacts, silks, ivories, enamels and jewels found their way into western cathedral treasuries. The Glories of Byzantium
  • The next step is to put the powder in its destined cloison, and to place the whole jewel upon a thin piece of iron, over which fits a cover to protect the enamel from the coals, and put it in the most intensely hot part of the fire. Arts and Crafts in the Middle Ages A Description of Mediaeval Workmanship in Several of the Departments of Applied Art, Together with Some Account of Special Artisans in the Early Renaissance
  • Pearl encrusted gold and enamel pocketwatch with automata Of Clockwork Trains and Faberge Eggs
  • Italians still call 'niello' work, or the enamelling of designs upon precious metals. Ave Roma Immortalis, Vol. 2 Studies from the Chronicles of Rome
  • Paint each plate rail with primer and two coats of white enamel.
  • Mistress Betty promised to send her young friends sets of silk for their embroidery (and kept her word); she presented Prissy with her enamel snuff-box, bearing an exact representation of that ugly building of St. James's; and Fiddy with her "equipage" -- scissors, tablets, and all, chased and wreathed with tiny pastorals, shepherds reclining and piping on sylvan banks, and shepherds and shepherdesses dancing on velvet lawns. Girlhood and Womanhood The Story of some Fortunes and Misfortunes
  • The berries are an unusual creation of repousse silver covered in enamel and interspersed with carved carnelians and Mexican opals.
  • But I think what you are referring to are Italian style espresso cups in enamel, presumably more decorative than plain graniteware. Plastic Elimination Campaign: Kid's Dishes
  • She suggests that the inscriptions on these enamels identify a workshop, rather than individual enamellers, and that the Wallace Collection enamel might have been made there.
  • Otherwise, diamanté, marcasite, enamel and coloured faux gems of every kind all look good.
  • Inside the room one corner was taken up with a deep enamel sink and a small cupboard above for crockery.
  • And the borders of other pages in this Luxeuil fragment are full of ornament, giving the impression that the work was imitated from that of the goldsmith and enameller. Illuminated Manuscripts
  • As the enamel shrinks on melting and cools with a concave surface, more has to be poured in and the process repeated.
  • Instead of ink, Woods made all the prints with two fat layers of near-primary-colored gloss enamel paint, an idiosyncratic printing process that contributed to the show's impact.
  • As we entered, I could not help being impressed by the wealth of articles in beautiful cloisonne enamel, in mother-of-pearl, lacquer, and champleve. The War Terror
  • Choose a supplement made without sugar and avoid chewable forms, as these can erode tooth enamel.
  • By contrast, all the principal trace elements found in this enamel are customarily present in 16 th-century enamels.
  • She was employed as an enamelled ware brusher, wherein lead poisoning is encountered. THE PRECARIOUSNESS OF LIFE
  • Using a flameproof 2-quart soufflé dish or deep, enameled cast-iron pan, assemble the panade in layers.
  • Two of Smith's untitled, long vertical paintings, one from 1956 in which suggestions of Jackson Pollock shine forth from a ladderlike assemblage of forms, and another from 1958 in which blunt, Guston-like dark lines give form to a spray enamel surface, are some of the most exuberant objects in either show. Art reviews: 'Philip Guston, Roma' and 'David Smith Invents' at the Phillips
  • = -- Select nice button or unopen mushrooms, and to a quart of these add three ounces of fresh butter, and stew gently in an enameled saucepan, shaking them frequently to prevent burning. Mushrooms: how to grow them a practical treatise on mushroom culture for profit and pleasure
  • It most commonly involves removing healthy enamel and tooth tissue so that veneers can be cemented to the front of the teeth. Times, Sunday Times
  • Oil-base paints, enamels, varnishes, most stains and lacquers should be applied with a natural bristle brush.
  • Scientists say extra fluoride is likely to have at least a small additional effect on enamel — but more research is needed. The Acid Test for Enamel-Saving Toothpastes
  • Fermentation of sugars by plaque bacteria causes caries by decalcification and proteolysis of enamel and dentine
  • Drawing, cutting with a jigsaw, mixing the enamel paint and painting the cutouts proved more difficult than the students had imagined.
  • The cheerful room was panelled and framed in pine with a white enamel finish. Titanic - Destination disaster
  • The jewelled brooch has a red-enamelled heart at its base, and the words ‘j'ouvre’ are outlined along its length.
  • Nice fizzy sign too Mr. A with only minimal 'foxing' as the enamelists say (or would if they didn't use the more prosaic term rust). Fizzzz Pop!
  • These items included decanters, beakers, essence-bottles, cruets, wash-hand bowls, sweetmeat saucers, epergnes, vases, lemonade cups, ‘gugglets’, and ‘four elegant cut candlesticks enamel'd mosaik work very rich’.
  • Mr Edlestein, IBM Fellow and chief scientist of the self-assembly airgap project, said: We have managed to harness the kinds of processes we see in nature to make regular patterns – such as the layers of enamel on your teeth, or the shape of a seashell if you look under a microscope. IBM’s Snowflakes Yield Faster Chips | Impact Lab
  • After all, when you have eighty-four gold enamelled sword pommels, who's going to miss one? Staffordshire Hoard
  • Be sure to taste the offerings from Delaware's Dogfish Head; if Barmalops, the god of beer, favors us, Randall the Enamel Animal will make an appearance (hopheads take note)!
  • The cheerful room was panelled and framed in pine with a white enamel finish. Titanic - Destination disaster
  • A note in one of Leonardo's manuscripts speaks of twenty-four Roman subjects, probably small decorative groups in _camaieu_, painted on the vaulting of these rooms, and gives the exact cost of the blue, gold, and enamel employed, but all trace of these decorations has vanished. Beatrice d'Este, Duchess of Milan, 1475-1497
  • The resulting bracelets and brooches were realised in gold and enamel, encrusted with a dazzling array of precious gemstones.
  • Normally, saliva is part of the natural re-enamelling of the teeth. A Look at the Past
  • This dentine is darker than enamel, so teeth appear stained and discoloured.
  • Our largest enameled chaudron was just large enough to serve our big, beautiful batch of mussels, however, so that's exactly what we did. Archive 2009-02-01
  • Cheekteeth are brachydont, and their occlusal surfaces are made up of a series of cusps and basins or parallel enamel ridges.
  • I'm one of a small group of full-time enamellers working in Ireland today.
  • You'll never have to hope for a better nail enamel ever again.
  • The earliest samples of enamel using glass can be traced to before 2,500 B.C. to the Sumerian and Egyptian civilisations.
  • The crown is heavily enameled anteriorly, and the apex is broad and smoothly rounded.
  • He picked up his adz and began stripping off the tough enamel husk. THE BROKEN GOD
  • The bacteria digest the carbohydrates in the food and produce acid, which dissolves the tooth's enamel and causes a cavity.
  • The aesthetic common denominator was a "finish fetish" or "fetish finish," your choice borrowed from the southern California demimonde of hot rods and custom cars—i.e., the kind of slick, finicky attention to smooth perfection required when applying dozens of hand-rubbed coats of cherry-red enamel to an auto body. When the West Coast Went Pop
  • Dental caries occur when bacteria destroy the enamel surface of the tooth and cause decay.
  • The booster, which you add to your toothpaste, includes baking soda plus an innovative enamel surface restorer.
  • His nails had been glossed with enamel.
  • They weaken the tooth enamel and brushing too soon causes damage. Times, Sunday Times
  • Decoration in colorful enamels within delicate cobalt blue outline.
  • The highly desirable enamelled and colour twist-stem glasses command serious attention - £2,000 buys you one wine glass with a colour twist stem.
  • It is a tall red enamelled wood-pellet burner, with a built-in oven compartment. Hotel review | Annie's Ecolog Cabin, Ludlow
  • With the exceptions of the enamel and dentin of the teeth, bone composes the hardest structures in the human body.
  • They were a picturesque crew with their broad felt hats, their flannel shirts of various colors, overlaid with an enamel of dust and perspiration, baked by the Dakota sun, their bright silk handkerchiefs knotted round the neck, their woolly "shaps," their great silver spurs, their loosely hanging cartridge-belts, their ominous revolvers. Roosevelt in the Bad Lands
  • To create his paintings, he stencils wide bands and squares of colorful enamel paint over bright acrylic grounds.
  • Nor, as he had before thankfully observed, did her ladyship enamel her nails to the likeness of blood-stained talons.
  • Human teeth are made up of four different types of tissue: pulp, dentin, enamel, and cementum.
  • Its artisans produced the Mediterranean world's most elegant silks, carved ivories and gold enamels. The Glories of Byzantium
  • In the 19th century, all known translucent coloured enamels have a high lead content.
  • Human teeth are made up of four different types of tissue: pulp, dentin, enamel, and cementum.
  • For very damaged teeth, bonding is a process carried out by your dentist and involves painting enamel back on to the teeth where it has been lost. The Sun
  • The celebrated enameller William Beilby served an apprenticeship in copper enamelling in Birmingham from 1755.
  • The Mosan workshops were notable for their ivories, superlative champlevé enamel, often with sophisticated typological iconography, and cast and embossed metalwork.
  • The toothpastewith fluoride to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent the build up of plaque.
  • For large cutouts, copper foil is used as a temporary backing to hold the enamel in place.
  • And as a result they believe they will be able to develop new treatments to repair damaged tooth enamel and replace lost minerals.
  • I had once overheard an enamelled queen of fashion declare, with much emotion, that their curate was indispensable to a high-class "at home," and even panegyrize his graceful transportation of cups of tea, however full. St. Cuthbert's
  • Uranium yellow," used for enamel painting, is sodium uranate. A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.
  • In other cases, a dense overlay of solid-color enamel obscures the underpainting.
  • The cheerful room was panelled and framed in pine with a white enamel finish. Titanic - Destination disaster
  • In their day, pieces were decorated with enamels or semi-precious stones, and the jewellery adorned by amethysts, chrysoprase and moonstones and more - chosen for their artistic merits rather than value.
  • Shamrock cup and saucer by Beleek Bestlite 31170 solid brass lamp base with dark green enamelled shade.
  • She'd asked her mother if she could enamel her nails too but she'd said to wait until she was older.
  • The root is encased by cementum, which is much thinner than enamel and not as durable.
  • I'm one of a small group of full-time enamellers working in Ireland today.
  • They blame the rise on trendy diet drinks which are so acidic they strip the surface tooth enamel. The Sun
  • He is turning the taps now and the water spills into the enamel basin.
  • Aluminum siding, however, has a baked enamel finish so it can be sanded or scuffed up, then primed with a special etching primer developed just for this purpose.
  • The resulting bracelets and brooches were realised in gold and enamel, encrusted with a dazzling array of precious gemstones.
  • It is capable of exerting sufficient friction under the brush to ensure pearly whiteness of the teeth without injuring the enamel, whilst the camphor in it tends to destroy the animalcula in the secretions of the mouth, whose skeletons or remains constitute, as we shall presently see, the incrassation popularly called “tartar.” The Ladies Book of Useful Information Compiled from many sources
  • Bacteria in dental plaque produce acid, which dissolve the minerals in the tooth enamel causing initial lesions and dental caries.
  • Metal work was brilliant - we made a shoe horn, (wonky) a swiss roll tin (biffed out from my mother's house, sadly) and some great enamel work which may well have sparked my silver smithing fire... ode to all the Mrs Nisbets in the world
  • Middleshire in one of those charming "Olga" trench coats (khaki face-cloth lined self-coloured satin and with big, lovely, gilt-and-enamelled buttons), high brown boots, and one of those saucy little Belgian caps with Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, April 11, 1917
  • Each cluster is made up of circular grapes of fiery black opals and delicately tooled gold leaves covered in translucent green enamel, spaced equally along the chain.
  • Enamelled bath-tub, separate room for a shower, and a sitz-bath!" he exclaimed. A LITTLE ACCOUNTWITH SWITHIN HALL
  • There is jewelry incorporating hair, enamel, engraving, casting, and die-stamping, as well as objects made from unusual materials such as tortoiseshell, wood, and vulcanite.
  • It is now thought that it is a special protein unique to tooth enamel.
  • All dyeing should be done in a stainless steel or enamelware container only; never use an aluminum pot.
  • The exhibition consists of jewelry, carved gemstones, inlaid hardstones, enamels and objects made from precious metals.
  • She suggests that the inscriptions on these enamels identify a workshop, rather than individual enamellers, and that the Wallace Collection enamel might have been made there.
  • Researchers left a tooth in various drinks for an hour and measured the damage to surface enamel. The Sun
  • The birds are depicted using three different enameling processes and guilloche, a delicate method of engraving watch dials. Weird, Wild Watches
  • He explained the general rules of color composition in fresco, enamel, and pastel painting, showing how to use his wheel and chart together as a tool to select the appropriate color combinations for each technique. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Still, the main effect of Richard Eyre's intricate and absorbing production is not to recreate the enamelled snobbery of the Simpson entourage. The Last of the Duchess; 13; The Village Social – review
  • To remove soil-derived particulates on the tooth surface, all enamel surfaces were abraded to a depth >100 [mu] m with acid-cleaned, tungsten carbide dental burrs.
  • It shows, besides, some of the gemmed and enamelled work and parcel-gilt ware for which that territory, hidden away among the Himalayas, is so celebrated. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Volume 22. October, 1878.
  • Women no longer tried to look boyish, but emphasized their difference from men by using cosmetics and enamelling their nails.
  • The displayed assemblage of silver, silver-gilt, enamels and jewels looked fabulous at the view, and drew unexpected crowds - and prices.
  • The ash also in high in silica, which is extremely abrasive, and can lead to excessive wear on the animals 'tooth enamel. Iris Erlingsdottir: Eyja's Icelandic Horses
  • The medium is the enamel airbrushed on a prepared surface of cement and other materials.
  • One year I took gloss black enamel and spray-painted the pots - they all took on the look of black Wedgwood jasperware.
  • Silver Jewelry Enamel Silver Jewelry, Clay Jewelry, Greeting Card.
  • It is no longer just porcelains decorated with colourful enamels and with mark and period that make the huge prices.
  • They may also have dental problems such as a delay in teeth coming through or weak tooth enamel. The Sun
  • One entry might explain how to repeat Newton's experiments with prisms; others might describe materials and techniques needed to produce certain colors, such as ultramarine reference, verdet, or carmine. 16 Descriptions of such processes as painting or enameling might also include ingredient lists and production details. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • In their day, pieces were decorated with enamels or semi-precious stones, and the jewellery adorned by amethysts, chrysoprase and moonstones and more - chosen for their artistic merits rather than value.
  • The museum displays 200 paintings and 50 sculptures, as well as porcelain, enamels, ivories, arms, tapestries and furniture.
  • When unworn, the enamel covering the talonid basin is densely crenulated.
  • Boil slowly for fifteen minutes in an enameled or acid-proof kettle. Every Step in Canning
  • Prime, then paint with a base coat of enamel floor paint.
  • Mercedes-Benz And a single stroke of brightwork divides the grille and midlines the prominent, enamel-like Mercedes star. Where Aggressive Meets Adorable
  • [3] Lit. "enamelled or painted with anchusa or alkanet," a plant, the wild bugloss, whose root yields a red dye. The Economist
  • But all in wane, they wood keep running down that bewtifool face as if enamelled with its buty; and quite heedless of how they was a spiling of her new ivory cullered sattin dress that Maddam ELISE's yung ladies had been a workin on up to five a clock that werry arternoon. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, September 12, 1891
  • Fluoride can considerably benefit dental health by strengthening the tooth enamel, making it more resistant to acid attacks that can cause tooth decay.
  • It increases the fluoride content of the enamel of newly erupted teeth, thereby increasing the resistance of these teeth to caries.
  • The tip of the dart was a steel needle enamelled with some dark, hard substance as red as dried blood. THE BROKEN GOD
  • The ladybirds are suburban scarabs - there is something jewel-like about them, like tiny ladybird cufflinks set with emeralds and diamonds, or enamels, etched with intricate engravings.
  • I am standing, dripping and shivering, on the cold lino of the Palmers Green bathroom, just out of the big enamel bath, pleading, "Dry me, Mummy, I'm freezing", and then sitting on her lap, warmly wrapped in that same towel with its pale green stars. Family life
  • Then, the hydroxylapatite crystals of enamel demineralize, allowing for greater bacterial invasion deeper into the tooth. Top Stories - Google News
  • Although fluoride helps to strengthen the enamel, tooth decay from sugar still occurs.
  • Later, under Tang Ying (1736–49), the imperial craftsmen developed the elaborate famille rose palette of opaque overglaze enamels, which is distinguished by mixed colors and replacement of ferric oxide red by carmine derived from gold. 1796
  • According to a press release, Marilyn Druin was an internationally acclaimed enamelist whose designs in metal and glass are represented in private collections in the United States and Europe, as well as in the collections of the Smithsonian's American Arts Museum, the Museum of Arts and Design, and the Newark Museum. Examiner
  • Another, chicken-egg sized bezoar is beautifully mounted in an engraved and enameled gold framework that was apparently designed to be suspended from a chain. Archive 2007-07-01
  • Those overglazed trees (rendered in doucai, the “interlocking colors” of sage green, eggplant, and brown) are the suihan sanyou, the “Three Friends of Winter,” in other words a pine, some stems of bamboo, and branches of prunus picked out so exactly in flecks of red enamel — the auspicious plum, the first blossoms to arrive after the Chinese new year. Sir Percival David at the British Museum
  • Riding on a black horse, and glittering with black enamelled armour as well, the brother was more than a little vulpine. A TIME OF WAR
  • On some examples, they appear exclusively on the upper shoulders of the bottle; on others they constitute virtually the entire scheme of decoration, centred on tiny dots of vitreous enamel.
  • Enamel is confined to the anterior and labial surface of the crown.
  • About half the applied decoration is champlevé enamel and a further third tinning, a thin coating of a tin-rich alloy covering some or all of the brooch's surface (often erroneously described as silvering).
  • Once declared good for enameling, the items are sprayed with two separate coats of enamel and fired after each process at a temperature of 800°C. Forever Young
  • In addition, all teeth exhibited signs of extensive occlusal flattening with secondary deposits of dentin, indicating wear through the tooth enamel.
  • In all four plaques the enameler has made plentiful use of the devices we have already discussed for creating a sense of three-dimensionality.
  • Saliva contains natural substances like organic molecules and electrolyte which act as most effective natural agents to neutralise plaque acids and remineralise the tooth enamel.
  • But in France silver statuettes are documented as having at least faces and hands painted, as distinct from being enamelled, from the early fourteenth century onwards.
  • For the first time the Northern Expedition ran into trouble—not only at Wuhan, where one general told of having to rein in his horse so as not to trample the dead soldiers littering the ground at the front, but at Nanchang, a one-industry enamelware town in the northern part of Kiangsi. The Last Empress
  • The donko was silent, a silence punctuated by the slap of cards, the scrape of matches and the clatter of enamel mugs.
  • Graniteware, technically enamelware, traces it's origins to Germany in the early 1800's..
  • By the middle of the eighteenth century, glass-makers in Britain were decorating glass by various techniques including engraving, cutting, gilding, and enameling.
  • Where only a single dye test is to be made, a small copper or enamelled iron saucepan, such as can be bought at any ironmonger's, may be used; this may conveniently be heated by a gas boiling burner, such as can also be bought at an ironmonger's or plumber's for 2s. The Dyeing of Cotton Fabrics A Practical Handbook for the Dyer and Student
  • Teeth are comprised of three tissues: enamel, dentine and cementum. Tales From the Crypt: What Teeth Can Tell Us About Life, Death and Prehistoric Human Behavior
  • Rub off any loose paint with wire wool, then touch up chips with enamel metal paint. Times, Sunday Times
  • It doesn't develop in adults because their enamels are fully developed. Government Advises Less Fluoride in Water
  • The present pumie; es do 'not ditler in this respect from those of Vulcano; and the enamel which r. hev produce in the furnace has a black and shining ground, interspersed with whitish i s i II r. A General collection of the best and most interesting voyages and travels in all parts of the world [microform] : many of which are now first translated into English : digested on a new plan
  • Sheep motifs on ancient bronzes mostly appear in low relief or in the round. Shown here is a Ming dynasty cloisonne enamel jar with a design of three sheep.
  • Mr. Grignion attended and gave an account that the Workman he had employed to examine the Enamel had acquainted him that the enamel is not so good as that produced the last year. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Wait at least 30 minutes before brushing your teeth to allow softened enamel to reharden. WebMD Health
  • However, often engravers’ and enamellers ' signatures do appear.
  • The combination of evenly distributed occlusal enamel and relatively short dentine horns in G. blacki results in a flat and low-cusped occlusal surface suitable to grinding tough or fibrous food objects. Archive 2009-02-01
  • Cloisonne is an enamelware in which the surface decoration is formed by different colors of enamel that are separated by thin metal strips fixed along the design pattern.
  • Since then I have worked with one of the best enamellers in the country, and have taken over the workshop where I began my career.
  • Store food in china or glass rather than plastic and cook with cast iron, stainless steel or enamel pans rather than aluminium. PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome
  • We have many years of experience in producing kerosene cooking stove, kerosene heater enamel product, etc.
  • Venetian ceramics, textiles, sculpture, enamels and glass will also be on view.
  • Contains fluoride to strengthen tooth enamel and reduce the risk of cavities caused by acidic food.
  • Like Moser, Rouquet was a chaser and an enameller. De Libris: Prose and Verse
  • And while the trained-nurse-apparelled young woman seated Dag Daughtry in the enamelled surgeon's chair and leaned him back under direction, and while Doctor Emory dipped his finger-tips into the strongest antiseptic his office possessed, behind Doctor Emory's eyes, in the midst of his brain, burned the image of a desired Irish terrier who did turns in sailor-town cabarets, was rough-coated, and answered to the full name of Killeny Boy. CHAPTER XIX
  • Her sculptural designs incorporate softly rounded shapes and matt enamels with gentle tonal variations that possess a subtle simplicity.

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