engrave (something) onto (something)

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engrave (something) onto (something)

To etch or carve something onto a surface or material. The woman at the store said that they can engrave our wedding date onto the picture frame.
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It was made out of bronze tiles and words were engraved onto them to make a poem.
The FCC filings include sketches for the upcoming smartwatch, which feature a back case with "SAMSUNG GALAXY WATCH" engraved onto it.
University and college frame designs are available based on where the school is located, but because GiftWorksPlus offers custom and personalized frames, customers can have a particular school name engraved onto the wooden photo frame.
They will now have their name engraved onto the Corpus Christi's Got Talent trophy.
Additionally, text will be engraved onto the external curve of the seating: THIS MEMORIAL IS FOR EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN AFFECTED BY TERRORISM OVERSEAS.
According to Ela, "the questions were hard and some extremely challenging, but with our combined knowledge and skills, not one question was left unanswered." It was explained at the start of the competition that the winners would receive a shield to take back to school with them, so the prize that has been passed on for three years has come back with the team with the school's name soon to be engraved onto the surface.
I also had the chance, along with the rest of the exchange group, to find the name of my soldier engraved onto the awe-inspiring monument.
The faces engraved onto them depict unique features.
Many of them never returned, their names are engraved onto headstones and memorials throughout Britain, France, Belgium and more distant shores.
ett.org.uk Fierce Light exhibition, East Gallery, Norwich University of the Arts (May 10-28, closed Sunday and Monday) Short films about the Battle of the Somme and its legacy accompany specially commissioned poetry from international writers each engraved onto an aerial photo of the battlefield.
There is widespread unease and concern that the oath which was engraved onto our hearts 70 years ago and the peaceful ideology of the Constitution of Japan are now wavering.
"When I saw a watch George Daniels had made," Journe says, "the path of my life was engraved onto me." Not content with making a basic pocket watch, he decided to make a chronometer with a large tourbillon--a challenge for even a very talented and experienced watchmaker.
I am indebted to my team, and I wish all their names could have been engraved onto this award.
Carbon dioxide lasers came along and allowed low line screens to be engraved onto a coated roll.
210 WINS IN It's not like Blues supporters are being greedy or unrealistic, demanding the Champions League or the Premier League title (the current drought of over 25 years since they were last English champions is the longest in the club's history) but since Joe Royle's 'Dogs of War' defeated Manchester United in 1995 there will have been 35 names engraved onto the honours list of the FA Cup and League Cup - including either Swansea City or Bradford City next month - and not one of them reads 'Everton'.