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lat·tice

(lat'is),
A regular arrangement of units into an array such that a plane passing through two units of a particular type or in a particular interrelationship will pass through an indefinite number of such units (for example, the atom arrangement in a crystal).
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lattice

An MRI term for the thermomagnetic environment in which spinning nuclei exchange energy during longitudinal (T1) relaxation.
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lattice

(lăt′ĭs)
1. A network or framework formed by structures intertwined usually at right angles with each other.
2. In physics, the arrangement of atoms in a crystal.
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Latticework develops cloud-edge solutions that tackle storage and bandwidth issues related to skyrocketing data and video usage.
The latticework are normally designed with larger openings in the higher parts while smaller openings in the lowers, causing, consequently, the breeze to be fast above the head and slow in the lower parts.
Each niche exists as an architectural protrusion from the wall surface of the building and each is individual in the use of wooden sticks that serve as a latticework on the niche's outside face.
Held by a wooden latticework of straps and wood, and suspended from twenty large wooden pillars as if frozen in midswing, the blocks are, in fact, made from glued-together Styrofoam sheets.
After his BA (1977), Norton switched to San Jose State, where, earning both an MA (1978) and MFA (1981), he set about making open, sometimes latticework, assemblages of wood, wire, paper, and plaster.
Full color photographs and personal vignettes embellish the easy-to-follow recipes for basic pie dough (and step-by-step instructions for forming pie latticework with it), Cinnamon Pie, Strawberry Rhubarb Pie, S'More Pie, Pumpkin Pie with Gingersnap Crust, Classic New York Cheesecake, and much more.
Researchers led by Jonathan Coleman of Trinity College Dublin found that blenders can form graphene sheets from a graphite slurry without disturbing the atomic latticework. As some of the slurry is sucked into the blender's blades, it rushes past slower-moving slurry, creating a shearing force that strips off 100-to 2,000-nanometer-long graphene sheets from graphite flakes.
Carillion was faced with the problem of working on the bridge arches in a steep-sided valley and installing 600 tonnes of strengthening steel beams and plates behind the wrought iron latticework.
The pair, who also designed the Literary and Philosophical Society building, the Theatre Royal and Grey's Monument in Newcastle, pioneered the use of laminated timber to create the latticework arches of the viaducts, In 1869, a new generation of engineers used wrought iron to exactly replace the latticed timber.
Its most prominent feature, 30-odd handblown, green speckled glass lamps, is hung via knotted chords from a wooden latticework.
Drawing inspiration from the landscape's natural beauty and culture, the heart of the hotel boasts high ceilings and a central internallylit handmade red clay dome complementing the wooden finishing and decorative mashrabiya latticework windows.
Drawing inspiration from the landscape's natural beauty and culture, the heart of the hotel boasts high ceilings and a central internally-lit handmade red clay dome complementing the wooden finishing and decorative mashrabiya latticework windows.