permanent ink

permanent ink

[′pər·mə·nənt ′iŋk]
(materials)
Ink that contains up to 1% dissolved iron to prevent fading or washing away when dried.
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While the majority of the names in the squad are already written in with permanent ink, there are still some spots up for grabs as Wales continue to build towards the 2019 World Cup.
While they could be temporary drawings, it could be permanent ink considering Lovato's penchant for body art.
The decision also mandates them to print the name of the product, its place of manufacture and its expiry date using permanent ink.
The Syrian actor recently demonstrated his faith loud and proud in permanent ink.
At the consumable level, new inks are available: a range of high-adhesion inks for the most difficult substrates to be marked, MEK-free, quick-drying ink and a permanent ink.
Authorities said 73 percent of eligible Syrians cast their votes -- a remarkably high figure in a country devastated by a conflict which drove 3 million people to flee abroad -- dipping their finger in permanent ink to show they had taken part.
Before entering the polling booth their names in the list were checked and also their thumbs were marked with the permanent ink.
com)-- Brentano Design Director Iris Wang's favorite analogy likens dyeing polyester yarns to making noodles, and in her “kitchen tests,” she cooks up everything from red wine stains to permanent ink marks and bleach-soaked samples.
Write each quote in black permanent ink at the center of a separate 18" x 24" paper, leaving plenty of room for students to add their thoughts.
ISLAMABAD -- Election Commission of Pakistan has released Rs 450 million for printing of Ballot papers and permanent ink.
According to sources, on Tuesday ECP released RS 300 million for printing of ballot papers to Printing Corporation and RS 150 million to Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (PCSIR) for permanent ink.

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