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grid plan

A city plan in which the streets are laid out in a rectangular pattern of lines forming rectangles of uniform size.
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They utilized a new model that applies complex system theory to the globe organized in a grid pattern, making it easier to determine the connection of events occurring at different times and locations.
The company's Spring 2019 drill/assay programme includes completing the grid pattern for its newly acquired properties and portions of the West Tombstone Mining District.
Mont Blanc marble-effect tile, PS24.96 per sq m, Tilegiant.co.uk If you lay tiles diagonally rather than in a grid pattern, your eye will be fooled into thinking it's a larger area.
The survey was performed in a north-south grid pattern and profiling covering an area of 25 km2.
Kaohsiung shares a street grid pattern similar to that of Manhattan, NY, where twice per year the setting sun or the rising sun is aligned with the east-west streets of the city, creating a stunning spectacle dubbed as 'Manhattanhenge' as the sun is framed by illuminated towering skyscrapers.
The first patent covers an all-metal pressurized water reactor, or PWR, fuel assembly design incorporating multi-lobe fuel rods arranged into a mixed grid pattern. This latest design incorporates major enhancements completed over the past several years in response to specific feedback from the Nuclear Utility Fuel Advisory Board, or NUFAB.
He said that the grid pattern of sectors was served by a hierarchically structured road network comprising sections which are 1,200 feet, 600 feet, 300 feet wide roads which intersect at right angles.
To start, try placing a double handful in a grid pattern across the yard every 30-40 feet.
Furthermore, it discusses Spanish colonial town planning based on the grid pattern, still evident in a number of towns and cities in the country; examines the introduction by Spain painting and sculpture, classical forms later indigenized by the Filipinos in sacred art and buildings; cites the introduction of music and the performing arts, in which Filipinos now excel in; explores the 'reframing' of the native languages by 'Latinization'; and tackles the reinvention of the colonial dress into the baro't tapis and salawal.
First, all letters that appear on a computer screen are created using this grid pattern of dots, each dot being a pixel, the smallest visible point on a computer screen.