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Synonyms for blotter

absorbent paper used to dry ink

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the daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police station

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"On blotters you smell a lot of the top notes, but on skin with the warmth of the skin, all the middle notes and especially the back notes are much more strong," explains Nathalie, "so you have really to use the perfume on your skin for three or four hours to decide if you like it or not.
1The may have a lot of You to wear not only them blotters difference between eau de toilette and eau de parfum isn't an exact science Nathalie said: "Normally, it's the concentration - the concentration of perfume in alcohol.
Police Scotland warned users that mixing 'blotters' with booze can prove fatal.
There were also gifts of blotters, clothing, crackers, fruit and flowers.
The CHR had asked for the latest status of each case, police blotters, spot reports, progress reports, final investigation and accomplishment reports, forensic reports, preliminary investigation, affidavits of arrested officers, and inventories of confiscated items.
SimCorp leverages FX Connect's cross-currency netting capabilities to enable its clients to block, net and compress large, multi-currency, multi-value date blotters. FX Connect provides a full suite of flexible execution options tailored to the asset management community.
An evangelical Don Quixote of sorts, Wilder's character Brush vows to share his renewed religious fervor by defacing hotel desk blotters with biblical passages and refusing the bank's interest as he proceeds to sell textbooks and attempts to find a wife.
Ink blotters like the ones seen here were among the many wartime products to feature Grandpop.
Add to that list Seal-On blotters, a high-tech alternative to the venerable styptic pencil that is the brainchild of an Irish biopharmaceutical research and development company.
Standard germination methods recommend two [Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), 1997; International Seed Testing Association (ISTA), 1985] or no treatments [Association of Official Seed Analysts (AOSA), 2002] before exposing seed to an alternating temperature regime using between blotters (BB) or top of blotters (TB) substrata (Table 1).