A History of Japanese Body Suit Tattooing.A History of Japanese Body Suit Tattooing tattooing /tat·too·ing/ (tah-too´ing) the introduction, by punctures, of permanent colors in the skin.
tattooing of cornea permanent coloring of the cornea, chiefly to conceal leukomatous spots.
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c/o Stylus stylus: see pen.
(1) A pen-shaped instrument that is used to "draw" images or select from menus. Styli (the plural of stylus, pronounced "sty-lye") come with handheld devices that have touch screens, such as PDAs and video games. Publishing, Distributors
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de·serving·ly adv. of ongoing mention for any arts collection providing comprehensive coverage of tattooing art is A History of Japanese Body Suit Tattooing, which explores not only the art involved, but the social and political forces which evolved Japanese methods from prehistoric pre·his·tor·ic also pre·his·tor·i·cal
1. Of, relating to, or belonging to the era before recorded history.
2. Of or relating to a language before it is first recorded in writing. to modern times. Connections between tattooing and cultural influences are rare, making this a top pick for not only college-level arts collections, but for any college-level holding strong in Japanese history and culture.