Inlay

A technique of decoration in which the object is incised with a design, a coloured clay is pressed into the incisions, and the piece is then scraped to confine the coloured inlay to the incisions.
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inlay

[n] - (dentistry) a filling consisting of a solid substance (as gold or porcelain) fitted to a cavity in a tooth and cemented into place 2. [n] - a decoration made by fitting pieces of wood into prepared slots in a surface 3. [v] - decorate the surface of by inserting wood, stone, and metal
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Inlay

a gold, porcelain, or composite custom-made filling cemented into the tooth. If it covers the tips of the teeth, it is called an onlay.
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Inlay

Porcelain, resin, or gold filling (made to fit a prepared cavity) bonded in place to help restore a decayed or broken tooth.
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inlay

Decorative technique used on furniture until replaced by marquetry in the 17th century. A pattern composed of differently coloured woods or other materials such as horn or ivory is inset into the...
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Inlay

In·lay' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Inlaied ; present participle & verbal noun Inlaying .] To lay within; hence, to insert, as pieces of pearl, ivory, choice woods, or the like, in a groundwork of some other material; to
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Inlay

In'lay` noun Matter or pieces of wood, ivory, etc., inlaid, or prepared for inlaying; that which is inserted or inlaid for ornament or variety. « Crocus and hyacinth with rich inlay Broidered the ground.» Milton. « The sloping of the moonlit sward Was damask work, and d
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inlay

To lay within; hence, to insert, as pieces of pearl, iviry, choice woods, or the like, in a groundwork of some other material; to form an ornamental surface; to diversify or adorn with insertions. 'Look,how the floor of heaven Is thick inlaid with patines of bright gold.' (Shak) 'But these things are . . . Borrowed by the monks to inlay their story
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inlay

noun a decoration made by fitting pieces of wood into prepared slots in a surface
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inlay

verb decorate the surface of by inserting wood, stone, and metal
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inlay

(in´la) material laid into a defect in tissue; in dentistry, a filling made outside the tooth to correspond with the cavity form and then cemented into the cavity.
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Inlay

• (n.) Matter or pieces of wood, ivory, etc., inlaid, or prepared for inlaying; that which is inserted or inlaid for ornament or variety. • (v. t.) To lay within; hence, to insert, as pieces of pearl, iviry, choice woods, or the like, in a groundwork of some other material; to form an ornamental surface; to diversify or adorn with inserti
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inlay

in the visual arts, any decorative technique used to create an ornamental design, pattern, or scene by inserting or setting into a shallow or ... [12 related articles]
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Inlay

Inlay An RFID microchip attached to an antenna and mounted on a substrate. Inlays are essentially unfinished RFID labels. They are usually sold to label converters who turn them into smart labels.
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Inlay

Inlay is a decorative technique of inserting pieces of contrasting, often coloured materials into depressions in a base object to form patterns or pictures that normally are flush with the matrix. In a wood matrix, inlays commonly use wood veneers, but other materials like shells, mother-of-pearl, horn or ivory may also be used. Pietre dure, or co
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Inlay

[disambiguation] Inlay is a decorative technique whereby different materials are inserted to depressions in a base object. It may also refer to: ...
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Inlay

[guitar] Inlay on guitars or similar fretted instruments are decorative materials set into the wooden surface of the instrument using standard inlay techniques. Although inlay can be done on any part of a guitar, it is most commonly found on the fretboard, headstock —typically the manufacturer`s logo— and around the sound hole of acoust
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Inlay

Decorative patterns created with pieces of different woods or other materials, which have been set into the surface of wood furniture.
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Inlay

A form of reconstruction where new concrete is placed into an area of removed pavement; The removal may be an individual lane, all lanes between the shoulders or only partly through a slab, .
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Inlay

An indirect intracoronal restoration; a dental restoration made outside of the oral cavity to correspond to the form of the prepared cavity, which is then luted into the tooth.
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Inlay

A cast gold filling that is used to replace part of a tooth.
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Inlay

Markers on your fretboard that give players with a frame of reference. Most are dot inlays, but can be a variety of shapes or designs.
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inlay

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′lā Definitions: 1. In dentistry, a prefabricated restoration sealed in the cavity with cement. 2. A graft of bone into a bone cavity. 3. A graft of skin into a wound cavity for epithelialization. 4. In orthopedics, an orthomechanical device inserted into a shoe; commonly called an arch support. &n...
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Inlay

The craft of setting one wood within another.
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Inlay

Porcelain, resin, or gold filling (made to fit a prepared cavity) bonded in place to help restore a decayed or broken tooth.
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