Stamp or Stamps can also refer to:
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... On July 1, 1855, stamps were introduced by Mecklenburg-Schwerin ... Despite the different sizes of the stamps, they all had the same picture ... All of the other stamps depict the country's great coat of arms with a crown, the inscription "FREIMARKE" (definitive stamp) above and "SCHILLINGE" below ...
... Forgeries are known of a number of Baden stamps ... If the 1 ... Kreuzer stamp is immersed in tea for a long time, the paper colour appears like that of the 1 ... Kreuzer issue, which increases its value tenfold, however the shade ... When the stamp is dipped into warm water, the staining of the falsified stamp dissolves and the water darkens ...
... Canada Post issued a stamp (48¢) on June 2003 honouring Pedro da Silva. ...
... Stamp or Stamps can also refer to BASIC Stamp, a microcontroller Stomp (strike), a downwards kick using the heel that is sometimes called a stamp Stamping (metalworking ... Stamps, a nickname for the Calgary Stampeders football team ...
More definitions of "stamp":
- (verb): Form or cut out with a mold, form, or die.
Example: "Stamp needles"
- (noun): A symbol that is the result of printing.
Example: "He put his stamp on the envelope"
- (verb): Reveal clearly as having a certain character.
Example: "His playing stamps him as a Romantic"
- (noun): Machine consisting of a heavy bar that moves vertically for pounding or crushing ores.
- (noun): A block or die used to imprint a mark or design.
- (verb): Destroy or extinguish as if by stamping with the foot.
Example: "Stamp fascism into submission"; "stamp out tyranny"
- (noun): A device incised to make an impression; used to secure a closing or to authenticate documents.
- (verb): Crush or grind with a heavy instrument.
Example: "Stamp fruit extract the juice"
- (noun): A type or class.
Example: "More men of his stamp are needed"
- (verb): To mark, or produce an imprint in or on something.
Example: "A man whose name is permanently stamped on our maps"
Famous quotes containing the word stamp:
“If we cant stamp out literature in the country, we can at least stop its being brought in from outside.”
—Evelyn Waugh (19031966)
“Now stamp the Lords Prayer on a grain of rice,
A Bible-leaved of all the written woods
Strip to this tree: a rocking alphabet,
Genesis in the root, the scarecrow word,
And one lights language in the book of trees.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“The use of criticism, in periodical writing, is to sift, not to stamp a work.”
—Margaret Fuller (18101850)