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hatching

[′hach·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Parallel lines drawn on sections of plans for buildings or machines to distinguish between different materials.
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Mitchell swings around the trees wearing grey zip jacket (6yr-16yrs, pounds 95-pounds 99) and T-shirt (6yrs-16yrs, pounds 20-pounds 24) by DKNY and cross-hatch trousers (12mnth-6yrs, pounds 60-pounds 66) by Armani.
Tests have shown that some bearing surfaces with cross-hatch finish specifications help engines maintain maximum hydrodynamic oil film on journals, but oil seal surfaces generally do not require cross-hatch finishing.
In a 1924 portrait of Rivera, he boiled down the Mexican artist's iconic bulk into a moody cross-hatch of light and shadow.
The proper way to create the stencil layer would be with a cross-hatch pattern (which contains lines arranged in cross shapes) as shown in FIGURE 3.
The new artefacts, discovered by Hizri Amirkhanov and Sergey Lev of the Russian Academy of Sciences, include a mammoth rib inscribed with what appear to be three mammoths, a small bone engraved with a cross-hatch pattern, and two human figurines presumed to be female.
Grill vegetables, except onion, in batches as necessary, turning once and rotating 45 degrees on each side to make cross-hatch grill marks.
In fact, recent developments include the ability to finish with cross-hatch surface patterns, provide automatic size compensation, and finish blind bores or outside diameters.
The latest offerings for the Vectra include a deep lower spoiler and matt black Irmscher cross-hatch grille, while sculptured side sills, rear lower skirt and a subtle rear wing spoiler transform the car's profile.