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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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** after 2000, 2500, 3000, 3500, and 4000 hours, the rating was "5B" (0% of crosshatched area removed)
This crosshatch pattern can be controlled to produce a specific angle and depth (with plateau honing), which manufacturers use to manage the retention and distribution of lubricating off films.
They are painted in the pointillist style - the building up of a painting through the use of dots - and the crosshatch form - where there are no outlines to the subject matter but everything is built up tonally through the use of diagonal lines in one direction then the other.
Place the chops on the grill and then turn over three times to create crosshatch grill marks.
These loop-pile, patterned carpets offer an artistic, free-flowing design, a warm crosshatch, and a multicolor linear design.
Each diode of the system becomes a part of up to 11 light beams to generate a nearly solid crosshatch pattern and achieve detection of small objects down to 0.025".
(1) Someone who is disabled but parks in the crosshatch area, thereby blocking access to another vehicle
In the crisscross or crosshatch seeding pattern, the planting rows intersect.
It's textured with a random crosshatch pattern of short slash 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. Prices will range from $10 to $110.
Cut off the rind, leaving the fat on, then use a sharp knife to make criss-cross cuts in the fat, down to the meat, so you end up with a crosshatch effect.
So the term 'crosshatch' is borrowed from the graphic arts to signify the coexistence of two or more worlds within the same work.