clobbering

The technique of overpainting an already existing design on ceramics. The Dutch, in particular, used clobbering to embellish Chinese blue and white export and meissen porcelain during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Clobbering

In software engineering, clobbering a file or computer memory is overwriting its contents. The Jargon File defines clobbering as `overwrit[ing], usually unintentionally: `I walked off the end of the array and clobbered the stack.` Compare mung, scribble, trash, and smash the stack.` In makefiles, a common target clobber means complete cleanup ...
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clobbering

The technique of overpainting an already existing design on ceramics. The Dutch, in particular, used clobbering to embellish Chinese blue and white export and meissen porcelain during the 18th and 19th centuries.
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