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brayer

[′brā·ər]
(graphic arts)
A soft rubber roller attached to a wooden or metal handle; used to ink blocks, stones, or printing plates.
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A lot of that stems from the presence of other decorative home furnishings in those finishes," Brayer said.
For more information on donkeys and mules, I suggest contacting The Brayer magazine, the publication for The American Donkey and Mule Society, at 2901 North Elm, Denton, Texas 76207 or call 817-382-6845.
printing inks, brayers, inking plates or tempera paint in open containers, and sponges or brushes
Vienna-based Dutchman Bart Lootsma is curator, and artistic manager is Maric-Ange Brayer, director of the French Centre Regional Contemporary Art Collection (FRAC Centre).
MCNIVEN, BRUNO DAVID & JOHN BRAYER, McNiven, School of Fine Arts, Classical Studies & Archaeology, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria 3010, Australia.
Toni Brayer, president of the San Francisco Medical Society.
One advantage of the process, says business manager Carey Brayer, is that it uses a precise charge of material that has consistent flow characteristics.
Roll inkcovered brayer over balsa pattern, then stamp block on a paper scrap; if paint is too thick, spray color with water.
For additional information, contact Rich Brayer, at Direct Line: 847-273-8934 or rbrayer@carx.
A - BRAYER, NEOPRENE RUBBER ROLLER,6 INCH, COMPLETE WITH RUBBER
Precise animal tracking is important in our business," said Eyal Brayer, Founder of SCR.
Editors Marie-Ange Brayer and Beatrice Simonot do not try to splice the work of their 30 chosen architects from Europe, the US and Asia together; they hope the affinities speak for themselves.