sketch pad

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a book containing sheets of paper on which sketches can be drawn

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Speaking with Today's Zaman, Education Personnel Union (Ey-itim-Sen) Secretary-General Sakine Esen Yylmaz said that the education system had been turned into a sketch pad due to arbitrary education changes, adding that the low YGS scores are a reflection of the "4+4+4" educational reforms that have made the system chaotic.
Mr Davies added: "This led me to walking and exploring the landscape around Caerphilly and always with a pencil and a sketch pad in my pocket.
The handbag contained a sketch pad which is for college work and has tattoo designs drawn in.
From design through prototyping, testing, and manufacturing, we take our customers' visions from the sketch pad to production.
Removable blank sketch pad and double-ended colored pencils complete the fun art cit for kids age 4 and up.
I enjoy learning something new, but it's hard to beat a sharp pencil and a blank sketch pad.
The budding artist spent many nights sitting up in bed under a handmade quilt reading adventure stories by lamplight-with sketch pad and pencils nearby for bringing figures to life from the pages before him.
As an artist he reached for his sketch pad because he realised, as the saying goes, a picture paints a thousands words and is now seeing his business become the perfect illustration for success.
It's like having a note and sketch pad every time you turn on the camera - increasing our productivity and the quality of your reports.
The possibilities are endless and a long way from the days of "caveman CAD" using only a measuring tape, sketch pad and ladder.
This handsome and hardwearing version of a classic satchel is big enough to hold everything from a laptop to a sketch pad.
None larger than a large sketch pad, the works were arranged around the blue-gray painted walls of the gallery in a generally chronological hang spanning 1953 to 1970.
He also took with him his sketch pad and pens, creating a series of cartoons from the period which later featured in the book, The Great Northern Miners by Ken Smith, which had a chapter dedicated to Keith.
Ladies who layer embroidered skirts over jeans and swathe themselves in sheepskin shrugs and towering ruby red headscarves look like figures torn straight out of a Comme des Garcons sketch pad.
For example, the author uses a three-dimensional model to describe wingman and flight lead maneuvers that enable the reader to grasp these concepts without the need for a sketch pad.