a thick, soft, moist substance, usually produced by mixing dry ingredients with a liquid
a document prepared for copying or printing by combining and pasting various sections on a backing
denoting true porcelain made of fusible and infusible materials (usually kaolin and china stone) fired at a high temperature. Developed in early medieval China, it was not made in Europe until the early 18th century
denoting artificial porcelain, typically made with white clay and ground glass and fired at a comparatively low temperature
another term for marzipan.
a process in which text or other data is moved from one part of a document and inserted elsewhere
another term for cut and paste.
(in bookbinding) the part of an endpaper that is pasted to the inside of the cover
a type of thin board made by pasting together sheets of paper
taglia e incolla m
ausschneiden und einfügen
etw. in etw.