Splash Pattern

Splash Pattern

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A splash pattern is a horoscope arrangement in which the planets do not appear to organize themselves into any identifiable pattern, but rather seem to have just been “splashed” across the chart.

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The GA-100ST-2A watch, features a splash pattern and spray can packaging - the result of collaboration between Casio and New York street artist Stash.
The new GA-100ST-2A watch, which features original splash pattern and spray can packaging, is the result of collaboration between Casio and New York street artist Stash, who is widely regarded as an innovator in the world of urban design.
The limited edition model boasts a black on black print of aerosol caps on the band and case over which a blue splash pattern was applied, designed exclusively for G-SHOCK by STASH.
Figure 10 shows the splash pattern generated by the wheel moving through 150mm deep water trough.
However an expert witness called on Tuesday said the splash pattern of coffee inside the cab of Rose's lorry clearly indicated a flask was being held above the steering wheel - with the implication he had been drinking from it when he started coughing.
''If there is an accelerant involved in an arson fire, he can bring us right to the splash pattern -- the point where the accelerant was spread out in the building,'' said Fire Commissioner Joseph Finn.
The halo looks like a splash pattern formed when the Cat's Eye was dropped into the celestial sea.
Martin's handle design is both functional and cool; the 410 steel frame design features two nice finger grooves for enhanced grip and a pair of uptown G-10 splash pattern overlays.
Of course, not all the stories in Angel Wing Splash Pattern touch your heart in this sadly, profound way.
She described it as "a splash pattern in black, red and grey", a pattern which was repeated in the curtains.
Examination of the splash pattern produced on the landing area shows that, for both soil types, dry saltation ejects less soil material than splashing, and that the transport distances are lower; in Fig.
John Philpotts, prosecuting, asked if the splash pattern may have been possible if the flask was in the centre console.