Our pilgrims would have liked very well to get out their lampblack
and stencil-plates and paint their names on that rock, together with the names of the villages they hail from in America, but the priests permit nothing of that kind.
Later he would incise the tooth from dot to dot with his knife, leaving fine trenches that he would later fill with lampblack
or maybe just soot and a little water, rubbing away the excess to leave the final image in the tiny trenches.
1) Ninety-three years later, in 1698, Barton Booth's performance of Othello faced similar problems with the materials that recreated blackness; Booth smeared the cosmetics, lost the mask, and eventually resorted to lampblack
to blacken his face.
In support of his argument, Robitaille quotes Stewart  as follows: "Let us suppose we have an enclosure whose walls are of any shape, or any variety of substances (all at a uniform temperature), the normal or statical condition will be, that the heat radiated and reflected together, which leaves any portion of the surface, shall be equal to the radiated heat which would have left that same portion of the surface, if it had been composed of lampblack
smeared with lampblack
by a maid whom he had insulted.
Ford asked his friend Charles Goodyear to find a way to make them black and he added enough lampblack
(soot) to color them black.
With lontar, as is well known, the writing itself is created by colourless incisions which are only subsequently made visible by the application of oily lampblack
or a similar soot-based blackener.
A portrait from a wall in a private home is a slow-developing accumulation piece about coal heat, gaslight, and lampblack
in Mackenzie 8), a reference to "desperadoes" wearing "a little lampblack
on their faces" in an editorial in the Canadian Freeman (qtd.
There are five types of CBs manufactured in the CB industry: furnace black, thermal black, lampblack
, channel black, and acetylene black.
If you're considering a poured-concrete floor, he suggests adding a small amount (what amounts to few pennies' worth) of a pigment known as lampblack
to make it a chic dark gray, instead of using expensive colored concrete.
factory that, because gas is burned to produce lampblack