inkspot

inkspot

(ˈɪŋkˌspɒt)
n
an ink stain; spot of ink
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Andrew Lanning, 48, opened the Inkspot arts and crafts shop with his mother Mary Davis, 79, and his late step-father Jeffrey Davis, more than three decades ago.
She moved on to exclusively manage she moved on to exclusively manage single programme funded research collaboration with the School of Collaboration with the School of Computing Science, and as a result was bought out of academic activities from 2008-10 to run Inkspot Science.
Although supporting local initiatives and building stability through the inkspot strategy establishes a basis for development, a permanent solution will come only when the Somali government can secure its maritime domain and provide for its citizens in regard to both economic opportunity and security.
For the first time, the 34-year-old from Penarth's work has been brought to the surface and gone on display at the Inkspot Gallery in Cardiff.
He was riding a little black pony called Inkspot and galloped along, with me in charge of the reins.
Best Use of Technology: Alison Taylor, Food Local Food; Jo Berry, Inkspot Science; Jo York, Ki-Media.
As the author of two books and over 200 articles and columns in well-known periodicals, Allen has also served as the editor for online publications such as Inkspot and Inklings.
The heats of the Monkey Standard over 415m look best left to Vociferous, Lodge Dilemma and Beltra Becca, while one-off fancies are Inkspot and Spot The Fools.
There is some overwritten prose, too, but referring to a dalmatian's "inkspot archipelago" shows that Wagner can knock off some fine lines.
Chris McGuigan (Nerang, Queensland: Surfers Inkspot, 1987).
Inkspot links to sites and mags that publish stuff by kids.