In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(on paper)filigrana feminine
- Information such as a watermark in the paper may help identify a place and date of production.
- Note that there's now space in what he says to include the possibility that the watermarks were completely removed.
- It was typed up neatly on a standard piece of office paper bearing the official watermark and letterhead of the City Park Service.
- Cornwell tries to boost the evidence from the letters by matching watermarks in the paper.
- Secondly, when the bank note is held up to the light, a picture and the value of the bank note become visible as a watermark, while the security thread can also be seen as a dark line.
- Such watermarks are common in papers of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and they often have a countermark giving the manufacturer's name and/or date.
- I looked at the watermark on the paper, then shot back.
- The watermark on this paper depicts the royal arms of England, a design common through a large part of the eighteenth century, and the handwriting (seemingly the same for both poems) is also eighteenth-century in appearance.
- Wyatt readily recognizes Poe's style and handwriting, but he quickly realizes that these unpublished stories were written on paper with a watermark dated 1966.
- But for bank notes, it was or is even more important for the National Banks to inform other National Banks of their new bank note, designs, colors, watermarks and other ways to distinguish copies and fakes.
- According to the Central Bank, because secure paper is the basis for producing safe banknotes, some security features are part of, or inserted in, the paper itself, such as watermarks or embedded security threads.
- The euro notes carry a watermark and security thread, plus a circular symbol, half of which is transparent.
- It presents the results of research on surviving prints, based on a painstaking physical examination of the paper used, watermarks and typefaces.
- But for the watermark, the thickness of the paper and the missing security thread, the note, reportedly obtained from a private bank, looked like genuine currency for all practical purposes.
- He holds up the piece of paper and it is blank except a small watermark in the center.
- Every few leaves of the Mackenzie journal there appears a watermark in the lower left corner.
- The new dinar, which is printed on higher quality paper and contains several security devices, such as a watermark, embedded security strip and textured ink, will unify the currency across Iraq.
- He owned a paper mill on the banks of the Darent and in 1826 invented the Dandy Role, a device which could stamp a watermark into one roll of paper, instead of each individual sheet.
2(on riverbank)marca del nivel del agua feminine
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