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Zigzag

A line formed by angles that alternately project and retreat; occurring in bands, on columns, and in larger patterns on cornices.

zigzag, dancette

An ornamental molding of continued chevrons.
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Ros Pluck, school travel plan co-ordinator with Middlesbrough Council, said: "There are problems at every school in Middlesbrough, particularly with parents parking on zig-zags outside the school.
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The nine plays represented trace "not a straight-line development in English Renaissance comedy (no such development exists) but rather a zig-zag course through different settings and styles, and different types of theatre.
Zig-zag vents should be used at parting lines to minimize runout, and cope probe vents allow solvents to escape, completing the cure sooner.
World War II gave Fussell's generation zig-zag lives.
Some arrangements include circles, hearts, drops, curve s-designs, and the most popular being the zig-zag which is being featured in nationwide advertisements.
As the photograph on his Facebook page shows, the path was painted in a distinctive zig-zag pattern to avoid lampposts.
Troop Aid volunteer Joyce Sale had to fork out PS10 for every second she spent on zig-zag lines at St Benedict's in Small Heath.
uk Brighouse coach operator driven to distraction by badly parked parents and zig-zag lines outside schools I have to agree with Mr Jessop.
AN outraged Midland driver who was fined for parking on a zig-zag line discovered that police had done exactly the same thing just a few weeks earlier.
Zig-Zag will be in the fast lane again this year with a re-entry into the EuroBoss 2008 motor racing series.
They have been recording their voices on new "talking signs" which will be placed outside Grangehurst Primary School to remind people not to park on yellow zig-zag lines, across drives or on junctions.