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stripe

[strīp]
(solid-state physics)
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ribbon-stripe veneer, ribbon-grained veneer, stripe veneer

Wood veneer having alternate light and dark stripes running parallel to the grain. Also see interlocked grain.
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stripe

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stripe

A block of data that is written to a RAID 0 disk subsystem. See disk striping and RAID.
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It's all a visual trick, of course, but vertical stripes can make ceilings appear taller, creating the illusion of height, while horizontal stripes elongate a space, making rooms feel wider.
Smoothly translated from the original French, Mister Horizontal and Miss Vertical is a children's picturebook inspired by a photograph of a man, a woman, and a child, in which Dad wears horizontal stripes, Mom wears vertical stripes, and the child wears a checkered shirt.
He was last seen wearing a polo T-shirt with red, white and blue horizontal stripes.
IF you are curvy, stay clear of horizontal stripes, especially on your bottom half, as they can make you look bigger.
Implement the use of horizontal stripes in white or soft pastel colors in rooms that are narrow.
The artist decorates the sides of the bag pieces with textured and coloured horizontal stripes. At the bottom of each bag is a wide area that simulates leather or reed.
He is usually cleanshaven and was wearing a hooded top with grey and white horizontal stripes, light blue jeans and brown shoes.
The balaclava had yellow horizontal stripes, police said.
Specifically, the widespread belief that wearing horizontal stripes makes individuals look heavier than they really are appears to contradict the Helmholtz (1867) square illusion, which suggests that wearing horizontal stripes should make an individual appear taller and thinner.
London, June 18 ( ANI ): Wearing horizontal stripes really does make one look fatter, an amateur scientist has revealed.