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hachure

shading of short lines drawn on a relief map to indicate gradients
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hachure

[ha′shu̇r]
(mapping)
A short line used to denote slopes of the ground, as on maps.
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hachure

One of a series of parallel lines drawn on topographic maps in the direction of the slopes of hills or depressions to indicate relief features. The steeper the slopes, the heavier and more closely spaced the hachures become.
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As shown in Figure 6, if the hachured section is removed from the main patch, three excited resonant frequencies will be resulted at [F.sub.L] = 900 MHz, [F.sub.1] = 1.5 GHz and FH = 2.6 GHz.
Figure 13 summarizes the experimental results obtained for the various bilayer systems, where the empty and hachured small rectangles indicate the stability and instability of the bilayer systems, respectively.