basket-weave

basket-weave

[′bas·kət ‚wēv]
(building construction)
A checkerboard pattern of bricks, flat or on edge.
(textiles)
Pertaining to fabric in which two or more yarns are worked in warp and weft.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Imagine a judicious layering of natural materials using reclaimed-teak floorboards, jute rugs, raw linens, basket-weave pendant lights, and wabi-sabi ceramics that all add up to an airy extension of the coast (each of the 20 guest rooms comes with a private terrace and an ocean view).
Microscopical examination confirmed the presence of paucicellular hyaline collagenous plaques with 'basket-weave' pattern, bilateral diffuse pleural fibrosis composed of similarly paucicellular collagen, and occasional lymphoid aggregates (Figure 4).
Caption: 4 Contempo Group/C2: The Loveweaves throw measures 50-by-60 inches and is made with a basket-weave stitch.
With bold eyeliners, pastel prints and the sporty look, Selena looked fresh out of her film "Spring Breakers." MTV Style might have loved Gomez's "shredded" basket-weave jersey from the Spring/ Summer 2013 collection of Jeremy Scott for Adidas but Huffington Post said otherwise.
Theodora dress PS139 and Millie sandals PS129 from Hobbs at Pavilions, Birmingham Basket-weave cardi PS79, mosaic shirt PS79 and trousers PS110 from Hobbs at Pavilions, Birmingham
Its unique basket-weave design, in national colours of red and white, is set to make footballing history by becoming the first ground to host a European Championships match under a roof.
Particularly notable are the lacy snowflakes--complete with a demonstration of how to cut out internal sections with artful results--and the Easter basket a simple circle iced in a basket-weave with multi-colored pastel dots for eggs.
Washington, Apr 14 (ANI): Despite all the crunching and munching at every meal, our teeth remain stronger to go under some more tests each day, and now researchers have attributed this resilience to the microscopic "basket-weave" structure of human tooth enamel.
A basket-weave pattern decorates the cheese's exterior, again in homage to the early settlers who used baskets as their cheese forms.
Stylish white empire tunic top with oversized schoolgirl collar is worn over silver and white cuffed basket-weave pants.
The Duchess wore an oyster silk basket-weave coat and chiffon dress for the civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall, then a porcelain blue silk dress for the blessing of her marriage at St George's Chapel.
Hafele offers a complete selection of hand-carved corbels, onlays and mouldings in a highly detailed, basket-weave design.