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crayon

a soft color-marking material used in identification especially in sheep.

crayon-marking
marking of ewes by rams wearing crayons on their chests and held there by a harness. By changing the color of the crayon it is possible to date the reproductive events of the flock. See also tupping crayon.
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They were languishing in his files until about six months ago when a friend of Lane's called to tell him there were people interested in starting a Web site of Lane's famous grease pencil drawings.
In drawing in the pattern with a grease pencil, I've found by resting my hand against the stock, my hand will act as a pretty consistent and uniform spacer.
Long before the X Games or NeXturf came into sports vernacular, the Tiger Woods of his day methodically put a row of Xs on the overhead scoreboard, duly marked in grease pencil.
With a grease pencil I carefully trace the outline of the impression, mentally checking off the distinguishing characteristics: two lobes on the leading edge of the heel pad, three lobes on the trailing edge; toes elongated ovals and asymmetrically arranged.
Draw your own designs (use crayon or grease pencil on the plastic film) or simply trace a favorite cookie cutter.
The new printing solution can help food service operators identify and track orders up to 30 percent faster than traditional methods, such as tape or a grease pencil.
Like the album in his hands, which shows an anguished Holiday rendered in grease pencil, these kinds of albums are worthy of framing.
Intelligence folks currently plot the information on wall charts, with a grease pencil and add Post-it notes with target information," explained Air Force Lt.
s Goo Gone[R] CrayAway[TM] is formulated to clean up all types of messes including crayon marks, craft glue, stickers, wax, grease pencil, tape and pen.
So, what we did was run a grease pencil over the piece of celluloid and all the pin pricks were made visible.
In Moral History, 1994-97, a small library of art books and journals lies open on a table; Finley's comments about them are written in grease pencil on a sheet of glass damped over these artifacts.
Divers take a laminated slate and grease pencil with them into the ocean.