herringbone pattern


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herringbone pattern

[′her·iŋ‚bōn ‚pad·ərn]
(electronics)
An interference pattern sometimes seen on television receiver screens, consisting of a horizontal band of closely spaced V- or S-shaped lines.

herringbone pattern

herringbone pattern in brickwork
A way of assembling, in diagonal zigzag fashion, brick or similar rectangular blocks for paving and for masonry walls; also strips of wood or other finishing materials having rectangular shapes for facing walls or ceilings.
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Sprinturf, for example, has taken it to another level with its Rapid Continuous Drainage System, a traditional Herringbone pattern that is used whenever the field has a crown in the center, running the length of the field.
Bamboo can be laid in a variety of ways--on the diagonal, in a herringbone pattern, in squares or straight lines.
Large and brown, often with a herringbone pattern atop back.
4) The presence of fibrosarcomatous change characterized by a replacement of the storiform morphology by a dense herringbone pattern of the spindle cells (7) with a high rate of mitoses indicates a heightened rate of local recurrences.
When you apply the paste to the paper, work in a herringbone pattern with the brush, from the centreline of the paper to the edges and only use a thin layer.
A walk around the ramparts takes an hour, with great views the whole way, while inside the fortifications the ancient streets are laid out on a herringbone pattern.
Old Victorian flat-faced bricks are ideal, especially for a traditiona herringbone pattern.
Along the cliff face on the island of Eleuthera, in the Bahamas, Hearty has found a distinctive herringbone pattern in the limestone.
Fila's Grant Hill models (designed for the ace basketball player) and Nike's Zoom Air Pros (inspired by Michael Jordan) rely on a flatter surface with a traditional herringbone pattern of thinly-spaced grooves--the hallmark of basketball and tennis shoes.
Of the three basic brick-laying patterns, the herringbone pattern is by far the most intricate and difficult to install, but it locks together and resists movement better than the others.
280 sqm existing solid oak parquet sanding herringbone pattern in a parquet, dust and seal with 1k pu coating, water-based with certified r9 slip resistance.
Brazilian cherry herringbone pattern hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, marble bath with Jacuzzi tubs and washer/dryer, in unit.