In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- I simplified his design, but the principle was the same: the trellis - upright posts and a lattice grille - would support climbers such as roses and clematis.
- The restaurant itself is interesting, with use being made of lattice wood to give a ‘Thai’ feel to the place.
- Climbing up the lattice made Cerri dizzy, so as she climbed, she focused her thoughts on what she'd say to Alia to convince her to stay.
- Its five floors are linked by an old lift with a metal lattice door, clanked shut by an ageing attendant.
- Rooms overlooking the courtyard upstairs have widely spaced lattice woodwork to allow for cross ventilation with facing windows.
- Instead of planing any projecting edge of a face frame, you can build out the cabinet sides with strips of wood lattice or plywood before you install the door over the end panel.
- The windows were covered with a lattice of thick metal grilles, and the doors were of reinforced steel.
- Then we planted some climbing plants on the ground below the lattice.
- It may be the most elegant and sophisticated wood yard in the world, but its three-dimensional lattice structure will work excellently as a timber seasoning device.
- The windows are narrow with diamond-shaped lead lattices.
- The place was beautifully landscaped - flowers and plants grew up a lattice that created a sort of canopy above the path.
- One particularly attractive version uses solid boards for the lower four or five feet of the fence, then lattice for the upper one or two feet.
- In this initial study, we primarily use two-dimensional square lattice structures.
- Atop the stairstep stucco fence, cedar lattice was added to heighten the enclosure.
- A construction technique called ‘the woodpile’ which creates a diamond lattice, requires years to produce a workable structure.
- He designed and built the lattice fence himself, setting the stepped sections back slightly from the sidewalk to accommodate a planting strip.
- Using nails or screws, connect the sides of the archways with wood or wire lattices from which the vines will grow.
- Grey bricks, some with dragon motifs, were surmounted by wooden screens, vivid lattice and slender doors.
- These types of vines can most easily grasp onto wires or thin lattice pieces that are spaced closely together.
- At the rear of each, Tom attached a lattice panel to support the rose canes, provide a backrest, and enclose the seat.
- The copper forms a square lattice with an oxygen atom bridging each pair of copper atoms.
- To get to it, imagine removing two-thirds of the carbon atoms and then collapsing the metal lattice, albeit in a complex way.
- These lattices join together into one of seven different crystal systems, each contributing to a crystal's unique qualities.
- Bizarrely, pushing the lattice closer together, while hindering electrons, nevertheless makes its easier for holes to move.
- A molecule is first placed at the center of a square lattice.
- The attractive force experienced is easily sufficient to break the lattice structure that sodium chloride is normally encountered in.
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