Nor does the suggestion that her justified complaints about pay inequity played no part in her ouster hold much printer's ink.
People like me have spent a lot of airtime and ink these past couple of weeks arguing over whether this can work.
Honest Abe was photographed and the picture was retouched with ink and white paint and itself rephotographed.
The edges of the elegant paper are crackled; the ink bled into the linen weave long ago and has not faded.
The explosive material was ingeniously placed in printer ink cartridges where the ink powder normally goes.
I ought to render a candid account here of the impression made upon me by those two deluges of ink, Goldoni and Chiari.
There was paper, there was ink and there was a pen with a new nib in it, and blotting paper!
And for testimony to all (and for good measure) I here with pen and ink append my name: Walt Whitman.
But it is time to lay down my pen, since my ink runs nothing but gall.
Mr. Butefish jabbed his pen into the potato he used as a penwiper, instead of the ink, in his fury.
"the black liquor with which men write" [Johnson], mid-13c., from Old French enque "dark writing fluid" (11c.), from Late Latin encaustum, from Greek enkauston "purple or red ink," used by the Roman emperors to sign documents, originally a neuter adjective form of enkaustos "burned in," from stem of enkaiein "to burn in," from en- "in" + kaiein "to burn" (see caustic). The word is from a Greek method of applying colored wax and fixing it with heat. The Old English word for it was simply blæc, literally "black." Ink-blot test attested from 1928.
"to mark or stain in ink," 1560s, from ink (n.). Meaning "to cover (a printing plate, etc.) with ink" is from 1727. Related: Inked; inking.
To write; sign, esp a contract: He also inked the plays/ has inked to helm two more pictures (1940+)