Kenney's work was gentle by Lampoon standards, etched with nostalgia and scenes of mock domestic bliss.
In all, this is a moniker that could be etched in an exhibit somewhere in the Israel Museum about ancient prophets and kings.
The physical Hookie is an etched glass paperweight in the shape of a brilliant-cut diamond.
etched into it is the scantest of inscriptions: “Trayvon Martin, February 26, 2012.”
The type of fervor one would see at a religious revival is etched on the faces of the young faithful.
And I called to them and they came in, and Howell said: 'Why, you have etched many plates, haven't you?
The etched line is clear and strong, from the clean biting of the acid.
The plain indeed was etched in white circles and whirligigs like the slope of a colossal wave.
Some were painted with wood-dyes, and others were etched in relief patterns.
If a few drops of aquafortis or other acid are poured on a clean ground stone, it will be etched.
1630s, "to engrave by eating away the surface of with acids," from Dutch etsen, from German ätzen "to etch," from Old High German azzon "cause to bite, feed," from Proto-Germanic *atjanan, causative of *etanan "eat" (see eat). Related: Etched; etching.