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Pentel

(ˈpɛntel)
n
(sometimes without capital) a ballpoint pen with free-flowing ink in the manner of a felt-tip pen
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KG, Pedilite, Pentel Co., Ltd., Pilot Corporation, Newell Brands Inc, ITC Limited, Pelikan International Corporation Berhad, Linc Pen & Plastics Ltd., and Mitsubishi Pencil Co., Ltd.
Competition Tracking Leading market players operating in the global stationery market include KOKUYO Co,Ltd, Shachihata Inc., Pentel, PILOT CORPORATION, Mitsubishi Corporation, Zebra Co., Ltd., M&G Holding Group Co., Ltd, Jason's Deli Inc., Shenzhen Comix Group Co., Ltd., Beifa Group Co., Ltd., Wenzhou Aihao Pen Trade Co.
For these sketches, he used a Bic ballpen and different kinds of Pentel pens, mostly black but sometimes blue.
I remember teachers who were conferred the 'Hieroglyphics Award' and came to class next semester with their notes legibly written with Pentel pen on large uncut sheets of Manila paper that they then attached to the board with masking tape.
[17.] Bennett JE, Reinking MF, Pluemer B, Pentel A, Seaton M, Killian C.
Paula Pentel, program co-coordinator within the U of M's urban studies program, said the students got good feedback on that idea from the Minneapolis Bouldering Project, a fitness business that specializes in climbing.
Harris, A.C., LeSage, M.G., Shelley, D., Perry, J.L., Pentel, P.R., & Owens, S.M.
"There are absolutely no whiteboards on which Pentel names are written with arrows going off them.
Pencil-lead rods (Pentel Super, 2B, 0.7 mm in diameter) were used to prepare the GE and its assembly scheme is shown in Figure 1.
Seu uso pode provocar dores de cabeca, sudorese, ansiedade, insonia, agitacao, tonturas, nauseas, vomitos, sede, tremores, entre outros (Pentel, 1984).