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grease pencil

n.
A pencil of wax or hard grease mixed with colorings, used especially for marking on glossy or glazed surfaces.
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grease′ pen`cil


n.
a pencil of pigment and compressed grease used esp. for writing on glossy surfaces.
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Caption: Mary Beth Edelson, Many Breasted Great Mother (Lucy Lippard), 1973, ink, grease pencil, and paper on silver gelatin print, 10 x 8".
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