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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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Use the brayer roller to smooth out any wrinkles in the paper.
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Charlotte Elaine Brayer, Valencia, CA Admitted 1988; Died February 9, 1998
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Roll the ink back and forth with the brayer (it should be clean and lint-free), both horizontally and vertically, until you get a thin, evenly inked square.
Lynda Brayer, an Israeli Jew originally from South Africa, argued that Judaism does not have an inclusive ethic of humanness.
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There is an awareness in the mass market as to the popularity of decorative hardware," said Steve Brayer, product manager, noting that the wrought-iron look has a firm foothold there, as do such non-traditional finishes as verdigris.