Marbling

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Marbling may refer to:

  • The quality of a surface that has streaks of color, like marble. For example:
    • Marbleizing, also called faux marbling, the art of painting walls or furniture to look like real marble
    • Paper marbling, a method of aqueous surface design in which paper or fabric is decorated with a spotted pattern similar to stone, as well as other swirled and combed patterns
    • Marbled meat, the pattern of fat in beef steaks
  • Marbling, a form of birth control in horse breeding, involving a marble used as an intrauterine device