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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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Ask if you can join her for some stickwork seshes to get set for tryouts in March.
Having levelled from their first short corner, Aaron Nagra rounding off some slick stickwork by Sav Lall, Khalsa were unlucky not to take a lead into the interval as Amritpal Atwal was thwarted.
Sarasota Museum of Art scored a hit with Patrick Dougherty's newest "stickwork" sculpture, Out in Front, on the grounds of the old Sarasota High School, where thousands pass by every day on U.S.
Upul Warnakula sounded the board after showing good stickwork from a penalty corner.
The game feels spot on to play and the mechanics of the skating, the tackling and the stickwork are perfect.
During the construction phase, people walk past, observe the stickwork, undoubtedly ask, "What's going on?" then many volunteer to help, pick up a pair of gloves and get to work.
The Honeycombs have none of the original line-up although Paul Green is an accomplished lead guitar and Mac Poole showed some nice stickwork on drums as they went through hits of the '60s.
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.
(2.) But see Cort Vitty, "Goose Goslin," The Baseball Biography Project, http://bioproj.sabr.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.