What is lettered?

  • (adj): Able to read and write well.
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Some articles on lettered:

Moosewood Cookbook
... published in 1977 by the then-fledgeling Ten Speed Press in California, was hand-lettered and imaginitively illustrated by Katzen and featured a number of the recipes ... though she kept the title and the hand-lettered style the later Collective went on to publish its own unrelated series of books ... such as baking that the Moosewood book does not cover in depth, and is done in the same hand-lettered style as the original ...
Signage - Sign Technologies
... forms of display Distributor advertising sign, metal, lettered Distributor advertising sign, neon Exterior wall sign, lettered Foam sign, lettered Handheld sign Hanging sign ...
Lettered Aracari
... The Lettered Aracari or Lettered Ara├žari (Pteroglossus inscriptus) is a species of bird in the toucan family ...
42 (number) - Religion
... The Forty-Two-Lettered Name contains four combined names which are spelled in Hebrew letters (spelled in letters = 42 letters), which is the name of Azilut (or "Atzilu ... While there are obvious links between the Forty-Two Lettered Name of the Babylonian Talmud (see further up this page) and the Kabbalah's Forty-Two Lettered Name, they are ... The Kabbalah also contains a Forty-Five Lettered Name and a Seventy-Two Lettered Name ...
Bloodletting Press - Subsidiary Presses - Infernal House
... the Edge of Town" by Brian Keene (December 2008) Published as a 26-copy lettered hardcover and as a 176-copy limited hardcover ... "Haunter of the Threshold" by Edward Lee (May 2009) Published as a 26-copy lettered hardcover and as a 176-copy limited hardcover ... McKee (October 2010) Published as a 26-copy lettered hardcover and as a 176-copy limited hardcover ...

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Famous quotes containing the word lettered:

    I dreamed as in my bed I lay,
    All night’s fathomless wisdom come,
    That I had shorn my locks away
    And laid them on Love’s lettered tomb:
    But something bore them out of sight
    In a great tumult of the air.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)