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isograph

(ˈaɪsəˌɡrɑːf)
n
(Linguistics) a line on a map connecting points of the same linguistic usage
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When I decided to start doing art again, around Christmas 2016, I was frustrated there was no back button on my pencils and Rotring Isograph draftsman's pen.
Lastly, thanks to David Wiseman and Rachel Evans of Isograph for their support and expertise.
Five tenders for the supply of (a) stationery, office requisites and isograph inks, (b) metallic desks, cabinets & bamboo chairs, (c) cleansers and roof type electric fans, (d) technical education installations and computers, also (e) military and special education uniforms.
At the recent Plant & Asset Management Exhibition, ISOGRAPH showcased its Availability Workbench suite of software, the latest in a line of Isograph products to serve the reliability and maintenance community.