inkwell


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a small well holding writing ink into which a pen can be dipped

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The Atlantic Ocean, edging the Inkwell Beach at Martha's Vineyard, was the resting place for millions of Africans en route to enslavement in America during the Middle Passage.
Housed in the former PS51 elementary school, the Inkwell apartments have custom door frames and transoms with brass knobs and full-height library ladders on rails that operate along slides to reach ceiling-height custom cabinetry.
Chris Russell, who volunteers at the parlour, said Inkwell provides a safe place for people to go and get mental health support through arts and crafts.
It was invented by a Monsieur Bouquet who worked for Sevres and was patented in 1831 as "a mechanical inkwell that keeps the ink always clear and can be filled and emptied at will".
Another features of inkwell is that the crater, must be wide and shallow so that the writer, see its size of the stylus correctly and picked it.
With inkwell desks, the caves beneath The stage on Bingo night.
Oxton ART exhibition at The Inkwell Tattoo Studio/Art Gallery, 54a Christchurch Road.
In fact, this is a pottery inkwell, made by the Hausa people of northern Nigeria.
The new $100 notes, now in circulation, have two new security features; a blue 3-D security ribbon with images of bells and 100s, and a color-changing bell in an inkwell.
According to Fox News, in the newly designed bills, the number '100' will shift from copper to green and there will be a three-dimensional blue security ribbon with images that appear to move when the note is tilted and a copper inkwell with a holographic bell that changes color when tilted.
Other new security features on the redesigned $100 bill include a holographic image of a disappearing Liberty Bell inside an inkwell.
The new $100 note incorporates two advanced security features--a 3-D security ribbon and the Bell in the Inkwell.
These range from a double inkwell made from metals taken from the surrendered German battleship Helgoland to a cast metal monkey and walnut inkwell from 1880.
I HAVE this unusual bronze inkwell, and wondered how old it is and what it is worth, as I am thinking of selling it.
Since these two initiatives, the magazine has been recognized with four awards for publications excellence: the Apex Award for 2009 and 2010, the International Association of Business Communicators Silver Inkwell Award for 2009, and the National Association of Government Communicators Blue Pencil Award for 2010.