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ver·di·gris

(ver'di-grēs, -gris, -grē),
Cupric acetate (normal).
[O. Fr. verd, green, de, of, Gris, Greeks]

verdigris

(vĕr″dĭ-grĭs) [O.Fr. vert de Grece, green of Greece]
1. Mixture of basic copper acetates.
2. The green-gray deposit of copper carbonate on copper and bronze vessels.
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You can remove the cartridges and clean them, then use a good leather cleaner/conditioner to remove the verdigris from the belt.
Verdigris' Maestro cocktail ($11) stirs PX sherry with chamomile-infused bourbon and Amaro Nonino.
Mark Chung, Verdigris co-founder and CEO, said, 'Fred has been an inspiration to many young engineers including myself early in my career.
This Series A extension brings Verdigris' total funding to USD16 million to date.
To guard against verdigris poisoning, the insides of all copper cooking pots, including jelly moulds, must be coated with a layer of tin.
On the surface, Copenhagen looks rather generic European, a city of brick and concrete and tile and verdigris dulled by leaden skies.
Inside a copper box, which was green with verdigris, was a solid blob of light green papier-mache, which was probably once a pile of papers, and a penny.
Available in tr | aditional Verdigris and antique bronze finishes.
This site is located along a sharp bend of the Verdigris River, Montgomery County, Kansas within an area prone to severe riverbank erosion and was approved for a streambank stabilization project pending an archeological survey.
Its rooftop bar boasts superb views of ancient Roman ruins and Byzantine, Ottoman, Secessionist and Socialist buildings, including the wedding-cake tiers of gilded and verdigris copper domes of the Saint Alexander Nevski Cathedral.
of aeruginosus] from Latin aerugo ("copper rust or verdigris," hence green) + -osus (added to a noun to form an adjective indicating an abundance of that noun) is named for the greenish- blue color of bacterial colonies.
The global sustainable printing professionals offering their expertise include: Paul Machin (author of the FESPA Planet Friendly Printing Guide); Laurel Brunner (leader of the Verdigris Project, and co-author of several EU standards relating to sustainability); Clare Taylor, (leading sustainable printing consultant); Dennis Geelen (FEBELGRA secretary and environmental expert); and Michel Caza (FESPA board member, screenprinting legend and co-author of the FESPA Planet Friendly Guide), plus a host of guests from organisations such as the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC), an international not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting Sustainable Forest Management.