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engrave (something) into (something)

To etch or carve something into a surface or material. When we got our sidewalk repaved, the kids engraved their initials into the cement. The woman at the store said that they can engrave our wedding date into the picture frame.
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engrave (something) onto (something)

To etch or carve something onto a surface or material. A noun or pronoun can be used between "engrave" and "onto." The woman at the store said that they can engrave our wedding date onto the picture frame.
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engrave (something) upon (something)

1. To etch or carve something onto some surface or material. The woman at the store said that they can engrave our wedding date upon the picture frame.
2. By extension, to commit something to memory. After missing my first appointment, I engraved the rescheduled date upon my brain.
See also: engrave, upon

engrave (something) with (something)

1. To etch or carve something onto a surface or material. The woman at the store said that they can engrave the picture frame with our wedding date.
2. To use something, such as a tool, to etch or carve into a surface or material. The artist engraved a design into the linoleum with a small cutter.
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Besides the $50 billion dollars small product engraving market, exactly how big the market size is for engraving large, heavy objects is not known.
Building quality made engraving machines for over 32 years, Vision brings their engraving expertise to NECA.
Objective: Created 15 years ago, the innovative Italian company ML Engraving SRL is one of the leaders in laser engraving and texturing on moulds/dies and parts for automotive and consumer goods industries in one of the most industrialised regions in Europe, Lombardia.
Barbara Button is a former chorus dancer, opera singer and glass engraver, who has just finished her latest commission - engraving a set of whiskey glasses.
It is said that the engraving could have been the work of Neanderthals or modern humans based on the early date as well as the location of the discovery.
GravoTech has introduced GravoStyle 7 Build 4, the latest version of the company's leading software for laser and rotary engraving machines.
Nigel Mawson said: "It is an honour to be the stonemason who will be engraving the bishop's name in this way.
Illustrated with color images of vintage engravings throughout (some of the engravings were originally black-and-white; others were highlighted with color, an extraordinary feat for the time), The Engraving Trade in Early Cincinnati: With a Brief Account of the Beginning of the Lithographic Trade is a thoughtful study of how the engraving industry advanced the growth of Cincinnati in the nineteenth century.
Mr Grenier, who lives in North Cadbury, Somerset, has been engraving for 20 years after training at West Dean College, Sussex, and then as a student of Simon Whistler, son of the famous glass engraver Lawrence Whistler.
Following this, Sturm Ruger has had 1,000 of these pistols made with a special-edition slide engraved by Baron Engraving, which runs Ruger's Custom Engraving Shop.
Researchers already knew that the Howiesons Poort culture, which engraved the eggshells, engaged in other symbolic practices, such as engraving designs into pieces of pigment, that were considered to have been crucial advances in human behavioral evolution.
The exhibition will present the entire collection, 100 pieces, considered the most important engraving series from the first half of the 20th century.
The Duo enables engraving on a variety of materials including reflective metals such as aluminum, brass, silver, gold, and stainless steel, as well as on plastics, wood, acrylics, leather, glass, and coated metals.
CULTURE Club members are invited to attend a wood engraving talk and demonstration by Chris Daunt at 6pm on Wednesday, March 11, at Northern Print in Newcastle.
Engraving the savage; the New World and techniques of civilization.