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crosshatch

A criss-crossed pattern used to fill in sections of a drawing to distinguish them from each other.
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after 2000, 2500, 3000, 3500, and 4000 hours, the rating was "5B" (0% of crosshatched area removed)
Lines of reason A block of ochre, used by Stone Age cultures as body pigment, is inscribed with crosshatched designs that suggest some degree of abstract or symbolic thinking, Blombos Cave contains pieces like this one dating back 100,000 years,
The steaks were perfectly cooked, however -- chargrilled, crosshatched and to our desired doneness.
More than once, we left recess with what we came to call the "Spalding tattoo," which occurred when you got hit so hard by one of those red utility balls that it actually left the crosshatched surface pattern on your face.
Raw flesh--engraved, crosshatched and stippled--peels, sears, rots and crumbles, while people weep, waste away and die.
The crosshatched bars show the rate the Iran Times has used monthly.
These full-page illustrations with ample white space crosshatched line illustrations and delicate minimal watercolors elicit both a soothing mood and retro feel.
Dressed in a white crosshatched shirt, Mr Riddall, 45, said: "This is an impossible time for us.
For engines used in all industrial applications including rail, marine and electric power generation operations, it is crucial to service life that the cylinder liner walls be deglazed, refinished and crosshatched when these engines are overhauled.
Deeply crosshatched blue and green lines evoke a sea journey's repetitive motion.
Keeping the knife slip-free in the hand while cutting is a section of crosshatched texturing on the blade's spine called jimping.
The company says its patented crosshatched construction in EH-Series liners allow air to release from between the tape and plate and between the tape and cylinder for easier, virtually air-free mounting.