diamond work

diaperwork, diaper pattern

A decorative masonry pattern formed by brick headers having a dark glazed finish exposed on one end; often laid in the flat unbroken surfaces of gable walls in repeated patterns of diamonds, crisscrossed lines, inverted V’s, or chevrons; also called black diapering.
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Many artisans have left the diamond work and have start working with computerized embroidery as diamond units were bearing heavy losses.
Jamie Spencer's tactics aboard Sri Diamond work a treat as the pair have just enough in reserve to hold off Grand Passion (second left) and Nayyir (right)
These include diamond work in Angola and Zaire, graphite in Mozambique and platinum, nickel and iron ore in Zimbabwe.
Bernholc's ab initio models of recent epitaxial diamond work using chloro- and hydrocarbon materials as precursors reveal an overcrowding of the crystal lattice which could lead to a metallic, rather than semiconducting, behavior.
Ellison was unruffled and, after watching Carte Diamond work at Sandown racecourse, said: "It doesn't bother me.
Nicky Butt made the midfield diamond work, sitting at the base in front of the back four and doing all the ugly jobs that have to be done, especially with Beckham off-colour by his normal standards.
Heather Bennett, a spokeswoman for Round Lake Area Unit School District 116, said Diamond worked for the district as a contract occupational therapist as recently as the 2017-18 school year.
Fitzgerald after the British Open, and Diamond worked for him the rest of the year.
There was plenty to be pleased about Mesa on the ball, definitely adding something as a diamond worked here, yet he brings about the conundrum facing Clement.