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Inked is a television documentary series broadcast by the A&E Network in 2005. The show records the employees of the Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company in Las Vegas, Nevada. The A&E Network is a cable and satellite television network based in New York, New York, USA. The channel, which focused programming on biographies, documentaries, and drama series, and has expanded to include reality television programming, reaches more than 85 million homes in the United States. ... 2005(MMV) is a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign just to the south of the Las Vegas Strip welcoming visitors to the city City nickname: The Entertainment Capital of the World Location Location of Las Vegas in Nevada Government County Clark Mayor Oscar B. Goodman Physical characteristics Area      Land      Water 293. ...

Note - see Inked for the article on the magazine of the same name. Categories: Wikipedia cleanup | Magazines stubs | Cultural magazines ...

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Ink - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (973 words)
An ink is a liquid containing various pigments and / or dyes used for colouring a surface to render an image or text.
Walnut ink and iron-gall nut ink were made and used by many of the early masters to obtain the golden brown ink used for drawing.
The latter is particularly suited to inks that are used in non-industrial settings (and thus must conform to tighter toxicity and emission controls), such as inkjet printer inks, include coating the paper with a charged coating.
WHAT'S THAT STUFF? - Ink (1071 words)
Printing inks are further broken down into two subclasses: ink for conventional printing, in which a mechanical plate comes in contact with or transfers an image to the paper or object being printed on; and ink for digital nonimpact printing, which includes ink-jet and electrophotographic technologies.
Color printing inks are made primarily with linseed oil, soybean oil, or a heavy petroleum distillate as the solvent (called the vehicle) combined with organic pigments.
Instead, the ink is absorbed by the inner fibers of the sheet of paper and remains there a bit damp during most of the transient life of the paper--the vehicle doesn't completely evaporate.
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