chevron pattern


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chevron pattern

A V-shaped zigzag pattern used as an ornament in brickwork bond.
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Setting the tone for its pioneering spirit is an elegant yet timeless Art Deco design on its faAaAaAeAoade, wi dynamic geometric lines and shapes in the classic chevron pattern evocative of the era, as well as with the use of rich colors and lavish ornamentation.
Mouthblown glass vases and paperweights are made from layers of hot molten glass manipulated to create a chevron pattern.
When pointed in the right direction, the chevron pattern on the tires provides the traction the vehicle needs.
Featuring a deluxe turquoise chevron pattern these sheets look phenomenal on any bed.
He'll love this simple chevron pattern while she'll think it's cool and contemporary – and the geometric version of waves slips comfortably into the surf scheme.
Make a unique lap or baby quilt using a simple piecing process to produce a chevron pattern.
5 inches and the unique chevron pattern of the tracks reduce mud buildup and give the RT120 Quad outstanding traction on muddy, uneven terrain, around bar ditches and creek beds.
The development's bold design utilizes a chevron pattern to enhance a sculpted exterior.
The chevron pattern is huge, and others like ikat are popular, too.
These things that we see-a brushstroke, a labored line, the chevron pattern, a smudged gray expanse, a green which has been rubbed out and off-seem to mean nothing in and of themselves; they gain significance when their relationship to other incidents occurring on the same plane becomes apparent.
The coal is stacked in a chevron pattern, which is a big help in the blending process," Shepler said.
In another nod to speed, the bootEoACAOs arresting Safari print is overlaid with a tonal chevron pattern that is illuminated in certain light.