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hatching

In embryology, the separation of the blastocyst from the zona pellucida.
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Another process capability includes producing cross-hatch style finishes that were once only able to be obtained with conventional honing methods.
In a 1924 portrait of Rivera, he boiled down the Mexican artist's iconic bulk into a moody cross-hatch of light and shadow.
Grill vegetables, except onion, in batches as necessary, turning once and rotating 45 degrees on each side to make cross-hatch grill marks.
The four designs in glassware are Cherry Jubilee, a combination of yellow gingham, cherries and red rickrack; Cottage Rose, featuring lace and pink roses with a black-and-white check; Hopscotch, a bright, primary-color theme combining floral, gingham and cross-hatch patterns, and Rosie, a design of pink roses on a vine.
The pebble's opposite face contains a cross-hatch design bordered by two "ladders.
To ensure top quality and wearer protection, all Jax lenses are subjected to a battery of demanding technical challenges, including ballistics, ultrasonic exposure, extreme humidity, thermal shock, sodium chloride and cross-hatch adhesion testing.
The cross-hatch backs of the dining room chairs are high and elegant, the detail at the top of the wall system looks like glass block, and the prices are right.
The crew capsule is completely hermetically sealed and is provided with life support equipment such that the crew can operate 72 hours without coming out of the tank," said Leland Ness, lead analyst for "Military Vehicles and Ordnance Report," which includes a detailed cross-hatch drawing of the two-man tank design.