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crosshatching

(kros′hach″ing)
In the surgical repair of lacerations, a cosmetic defect in which lines across the wound ("train tracks") are left on the skin after sutures are removed.
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The servo-controlled stroke system ensures a consistent crosshatch pattern and can dwell in any part of the hole, end-to-end, selectively removing stock for precise straightness and roundness.
Designsmith, a 5/64 gauge carpet, uses the same bleach-resistant and antimicrobial technology as Freetime and View Point, while coordinating as a versatile crosshatch design appropriate for corridors, rooms, and open spaces.
Shifting the geometry of the pattern from the traditional to the crosshatch may make a significant difference to the grower," says Brennan.
for the crowd that crosshatch of sear-marks on Lawrence's back.
The servo-controlled stroke system ensures a consistent crosshatch pattern and can dwell in any part of the bore, end-to-end, selectively removing stock for ultra-precise straightness and roundness.
The simplest and probably the most popular test is cutting and taping (ASTM D 3359, ISO 2409), where an X-cut or crosshatch (grid) pattern of cuts is made in the coating.
belief in to lose belief in was the disaster of her crosshatch when the
Place the chops on the grill and then turn over three times to create crosshatch grill marks.
The line consists of 23 pieces ranging from tabletop to home accents in limestone, cream and gray, with subtle motifs of leaves and a tailored crosshatch.
The mixture is dried on shallow bamboo trays, creating a crosshatch pattern.
By making two separate laser passes perpendicular to each other, the exposure achieves very tight crosshatch spacing in each layer of the prototype, resulting in near-total solidification.