It has been suggested that the word originated from the clicking sound in "dabbed" printing (a particular form of stereotyping in which the block was impressed into a bath of molten type-metal to form a matrix).
A last firework of paint dabbed just a few decades before the real blasts of Napoleonic grapeshot were heard by the last Doge.
In January 2017, Khawaja dabbed in celebration of his half-century scored in a Test match against Pakistan in Sydney.
It first went viral when a sheriff stopped at a red light in the early hours of the morning, got out of his patrol car, and dabbed towards the camera before leaving.
This was sealed using a bar of wax dabbed in pure dry blue pigment, and finally the surface was lightly distressed to tiny specks of white in the underlying base coat.
The neighbouring partner ignored him and Fengguan dabbed onto the keyboard solemnly.
A former mathematics teacher, Lansing briefly dabbed with acting, appearing in the films "Loving" and "Rio Lobo" (both 1970), as well as on several television shows.
John Mahoney once revealed liver pâté was dabbed behind the actor's ears to make Moose nuzzle the actors.
In most of the recipes requiring gold in flakes or dust, it is usually dabbed with a knife or sprinkled on the top.
He also dabbed, with less success, in novels, short stories, historical dramas, and zarzuelas.
The name of "cha mongkut" is sometimes confused with another kind of dessert called "dara thong" or "thong ek krachang", which is a round shaped "thong ek" dabbed with a gold leaf on its tip and arranged on a small powder plate decorated with sweetened melon seeds.
In January 2017, an Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja dabbed in celebration of his half-century score in a Test match against Pakistan in Sydney.
For added effect, the eyes of the skeletons and various other creatures were pierced and dabbed with colored gelatin, causing their eyes to glow red.
Then a second glaze with oxides for color are dabbed on and allowed to run where it may.
The invention, which is meant to be dabbed in eucalyptus oil, harks back to the nosegay and stems from Warren's experience with asthma in heavily polluted London.
While he dabbed into a variety of genres, he always preferred to do films based on serious and revolutionary ideas".
He also received an honour from his kinsmen and was dabbed with a Chieftaincy Title; the Ukodo of Okpe by His Royal Majesty, the Orhorho 1, Orodje of Okpe in recognition of his contribution to the growth and development of the Okpe Kingdom.
Paint is then dabbed through the stencil. [...] Transfer printing from engraved or etched copperplates or woodblocks dates to around 1750.
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