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hatching

In embryology, the separation of the blastocyst from the zona pellucida.
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It consists of an abstract engraving in the form of a deeply impressed cross-hatching carved into the bedrock at the back of the cave.
The cross-hatching pattern found on the plaque is also similar to designs found on 'grooved ware' pottery, which is unique to Britain and Ireland.
are like cross-hatching in a drawing, lines doubling and redoubling on
The building is the first to feature a unique cross-hatching surface finish, which helps to diffuse and soften the reflection of light off the blue stainless steel.
The cross-hatching (lattice pattern) must be at 90 degrees, spaced at 2 or 2.
For example, Loloi Rugs introduced a machine-made line designed carefully to mimic a handmade piece and Karastan used cross-hatching to achieve the look of an antique in its new Villa Veneto, a design that earned the company a Magnificent Carpet Award.
Or how about ignoring the yellow cross-hatching on the road so when the lights change and you're stranded in no-man's land, you can pass the time by quietly blushing as angry drivers make offensive gestures towards you.
Others of this time have a far higher profile, and only now is her work being greeted with its due respect as, by now, she was in her element and had mastered the most intricate of techniques like cross-hatching and stippling.
She describes how she used ink and watercolour for Archers, Alchemists and 98 Other Medieval Jobs You Might Have Loved or Loathed, written by Priscilla Galloway, or ink with heavy cross-hatching and digital colouring for Vivien Bowers' Crime Scene.
Last week, the contractors were finally identified after a workman was spotted applying new yellow lines and cross-hatching in South Gyle Crescent.
Brushed overall in a blue tone, with cross-hatching filling out details, the basic color range--the artist's reddish hair, the fish on her shirt, and gecko in her hands--helps to bring attention to these narrative elements.
Into the design, students incorporate the value techniques of gradation, pointillism, cross-hatching, and parallel lines.