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tiling

[′tīl·iŋ]
(computer science)
Dividing an electronic display into two or more nonoverlapping areas that display the outputs of different programs being run concurrently on a computer.
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TILING TIP IF you're doing the tiling yourself, it's a good idea to buy tile adhesive the same colour as the grout - you can get all-in-one ready mixed products.
The tile was usually offloaded onto a hayrack and pulled alongside the tiling machine.
In a similar manner, a monogonal tiling is one in which each vertex star--i.
When tiling outside, the tiles and adhesive need to be weather resistant.
Exterior tiling must have a minimum 95% adhesion of the mortar to the back of the tile.
A picture of the Italian countryside is transformed into cubes, then hexagons that morph into a tiling that looks like a mischievous little boy.
They will help you deal with tricky areas, like tiling around light switches and sanitary fittings.
ESSENTIAL: Tile spacers are essential when you're tiling.