glyphography definition

  • noun:
    • an ongoing process like etching in which, in the shape of voltaic electricity, a raised backup of a drawing is manufactured, so that it can help print from.
    • an activity similar to etching, by which, through voltaic electrical energy, an elevated content of a drawing is manufactured, such that it could be used to print from.
    • some sort of electrotypy by way of which dishes etched in relief are formulated, from where impressions may be taken.
    • A process like etching where, by way of voltaic electricity, an elevated copy of a drawing is made, such that it enables you to print from.
    • an ongoing process similar to etching, which, in the shape of voltaic electricity, an increasing copy of a drawing is created, such that it can be used to print from.
    • A kind of electrotypy through which plates engraved in relief were created, from where impressions is taken.
    • an activity similar to etching for which, through voltaic electrical energy, an increasing backup of a drawing is made, so that it can be used to print from.
    • a procedure just like etching, by which, in the form of voltaic electricity, a raised copy of a drawing is made, so that it can be used to print from.
    • A kind of electrotypy through which dishes etched in relief are manufactured, where impressions can be taken.
    • an activity just like etching for which, in the form of voltaic electricity, an increasing content of a drawing is created, so that it can help print from.
    • an ongoing process comparable to etching, in which, by means of voltaic electrical energy, an elevated copy of a drawing is made, such that it may be used to print from.
    • a type of electrotypy in the shape of which plates engraved in relief are formulated, that impressions could be taken.
    • A process just like etching where, through voltaic electricity, an elevated content of a drawing is manufactured, such that it can help print from.
    • a procedure just like etching, which, by way of voltaic electrical energy, an increasing backup of a drawing is manufactured, so that it may be used to print from.
    • some sort of electrotypy by means of which dishes engraved in relief are available, from where impressions are taken.
    • a procedure similar to etching in which, in the form of voltaic electricity, a raised copy of a drawing is manufactured, so that it may be used to print from.
    • an activity comparable to etching, for which, in the shape of voltaic electricity, an elevated copy of a drawing is created, such that it can help print from.
    • some sort of electrotypy in the shape of which plates engraved in relief were created, from where impressions may be taken.
    • an ongoing process like etching by which, through voltaic electrical energy, an increasing copy of a drawing is created, such that it may be used to print from.
    • an ongoing process just like etching, for which, in the form of voltaic electricity, an elevated content of a drawing is created, such that it can be used to print from.
    • A kind of electrotypy in the shape of which plates etched in relief are built, where impressions are taken.
    • an activity comparable to etching in which, in the shape of voltaic electrical energy, an increasing backup of a drawing is created, such that it can help print from.
    • an activity much like etching, for which, through voltaic electricity, an increasing backup of a drawing is made, such that it can be used to print from.
    • A kind of electrotypy by way of which dishes etched in relief manufactured, where impressions can be taken.
    • an ongoing process just like etching which, by means of voltaic electricity, an increasing copy of a drawing is manufactured, so that it may be used to print from.
    • a procedure much like etching by which, in the shape of voltaic electricity, a raised content of a drawing is manufactured, so that it could be used to print from.
    • an activity similar to etching, by which, by means of voltaic electrical energy, an elevated backup of a drawing is manufactured, so that it can be used to print from.
    • an ongoing process much like etching, by which, by means of voltaic electricity, a raised copy of a drawing is manufactured, such that it can be used to print from.
    • some sort of electrotypy by means of which dishes engraved in relief are made, that impressions could be taken.
    • a type of electrotypy by means of which plates engraved in relief were created, from which impressions are taken.
    • an ongoing process similar to etching where, in the form of voltaic electrical energy, a raised copy of a drawing is created, such that it enables you to print from.
    • A process much like etching, where, in the form of voltaic electricity, an increasing content of a drawing is manufactured, so that it can be used to print from.
    • A kind of electrotypy by means of which plates etched in relief are available, where impressions is taken.
    • A process comparable to etching by which, in the form of voltaic electricity, a raised backup of a drawing is made, so that it can be used to print from.
    • an ongoing process much like etching, where, by means of voltaic electricity, a raised copy of a drawing is manufactured, such that it can help print from.
    • a type of electrotypy in the form of which dishes etched in relief are available, from which impressions may be taken.
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