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crosshatch

A criss-crossed pattern used to fill in sections of a drawing to distinguish them from each other.
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** after 2000, 2500, 3000, 3500, and 4000 hours, the rating was "5B" (0% of crosshatched area removed)
"He crossed the road and at some stage he was within the crosshatched area.
// Where can it be found again, / An elsewhere world, beyond // Maps and atlases, / Where all is woven into // And of itself, like a nest / Of crosshatched grass blades?"
hovels, laces crosshatched up the fronts, tag ends untied, orphaned
Lines of reason A block of ochre, used by Stone Age cultures as body pigment, is inscribed with crosshatched designs that suggest some degree of abstract or symbolic thinking, Blombos Cave contains pieces like this one dating back 100,000 years,
Raw flesh--engraved, crosshatched and stippled--peels, sears, rots and crumbles, while people weep, waste away and die.
The crosshatched bars show the rate the Iran Times has used monthly.
Dressed in a white crosshatched shirt, Mr Riddall, 45, said: "This is an impossible time for us.
Keeping the knife slip-free in the hand while cutting is a section of crosshatched texturing on the blade's spine called jimping.
Russell Crotty combines the infinite and the everyday in the devotional and clear-minded manner of a scientist or a monk, rendering vast stretches of the universe in precise crosshatched ballpoint.
The company says its patented crosshatched construction in EH-Series liners allow air to release from between the tape and plate and between the tape and cylinder for easier, virtually air-free mounting.
Flying over the bayou, I've seen shredded islands of brown spartina, or salt grass, crosshatched with canals built by oil companies and flood control channels and levees built by the U.S.