Recipe The authors of the The illustrated Kitchen Bible serve up an Asian-inspired dish that can be enjoyed around the world.
The Crazy Keyboards of Yesteryear Sara Goldsmith, Slate An illustrated tour of a land before QWERTY.
Have you ever read that illustrated Tom Wolfe essay ‘The Man Who Peaked Too Soon’?
Again, the piece was illustrated with stills from the Zapruder film.
He is the author of “Health Care Reform: What It Is, Why It's Necessary, How It Works,” illustrated by Nathan Schreiber.
He once told of a dream he had which illustrated the endurance of his wife.
A test that can be applied by the housewife is illustrated in Fig. 4.
They are abundant in southern Texas, and in Mexico (not illustrated).
She bought several of the illustrated papers, and then scanned the new books.
Mark found on examples of the Bornholm clay period, see Apothecary Jar (illustrated, p. 161).
1520s, "light up, shed light on;" 1610s, "educate by means of examples," back-formation from illustration, and in some cases from Latin illustratus, past participle of illustrare (see illustration). Sense of "provide pictures to explain or decorate" is 1630s. Related: Illustrated; illustrating.