stickwork


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stickwork

Wood boards applied in patterns in the horizontal, vertical, and diagonal directions, usually over the exterior wood cladding of a house.
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Indian hockey has been in decline since the 1970s, coinciding with the game's switch to artificial turf with more emphasis on power, speed and accuracy than deft stickwork.
org: "In 1929, his stickwork suffered and his arm was definitely not back to normal.
Dhyan Chand, who was reportedly adored and adorned by Hitler during the 1936 Olympics for his stickwork artistry, remains Zakauddin's choicest all-team hockey great.
I need to improve my stickwork, changing whip hands, pulling it through smoothly, that kind of thing.
Stansfield, Moorhouse, Banker and goalkeeper McCallum thwarted some nifty Leeds stickwork, denying the home side at several short corners.
Keystone arches, a wonderful turret, vertical shutters, and decorative stickwork over the entry add to the charm of this fine home.
drew praise from Washington Post critic Ronald Broun, who wrote that the orchestra, playing Peter Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony, "responded to Guerrero's expressive stickwork with an acutely organized performance that was anything but routine.
The dazzling youngster shows off speed and stickwork in a league that is trying to do away with obstruction penalties.
After 20 minutes, however, Bridgend took the lead when midfielder Steve Williams followed up Rhidian Cole's firm shot with some clever stickwork in the Cwmbran penalty area.
Exposure to famous lacrosse players will excite the children and motivate them to practice their stickwork during the off-season.
The opener, Songomania, sets the tone with a crack jazz romp filled with razor sharp breaks and fancy stickwork from timbalero Arresteis Bata and Cuban trae drummer Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez.
Thus, it is possible to use Pittsburgh Penguin Mario Lemieux's amazing stickwork behind the back, deke and drop a pass as graceful as Sergei Fedorov of the Detroit Red Wings, or shoot a lightning-fast wristshot as only Joe Sakic of the Colorado Avalanche can do.