In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1celosía feminineiron latticework — enrejado masculine
- Rendered only somewhat individual by almost insignificant pencil numbers along the edges, the rows and columns form a visually disturbing base latticework.
- I have no doubt that latticework is, and was in 1992, a generally well-known way to transfer shear forces in a structure.
- I spent the day admiring the mud-brick mini-skyscrapers of the Hadhramauti towns, with their wooden latticework and sky-blue window frames.
- The piece of wooden latticework, formed by slats of wood, is rectangular.
- What stands out, however, is the chain-link fence with a KEEP OUT sign, smokestacks, and latticework of imposing metal towers and high-voltage power lines at the end of the block.
- Perhaps the most magnificent building in Jaisalmer is the Patwon-ki haveli, whose entire facade is covered with intricate latticework, Rajput balconies and gabled windows.
- So designers use latticework - a series of horizontal, vertical, or diagonal beams - to increase the area over which the stress can be distributed.
- The wind snared her breath, billowing it upwards in tiny clouds, tufts of cotton lost among the white latticework of the mall's entryway.
- A bench overlooks islands in the Esk and by a pretty white latticework bridge are sandstone stepping stones.
- An oversized ‘bottle’ made of rusted metal latticework lay on its side, mysteriously dripping water onto a stone: a perpetual source of nourishment despite its ghostly state.
- These light structures built on platforms jutted into the water and were covered with pitched roofs, decorated with latticework and round arches.
- Seeing she got the correct place, she opened the gate and walked under a wooden archway, yellow climbing roses intricately woven in its latticework.
- However the introduction of climbing shrubs upon latticework is superb.
- Moreover with such latticework beams it should be possible to form a support framework in a simple manner.
- What is distinctive about the Yin Yu Tang latticework is the placement of the screens, the elaborateness of the design, and the beauty of the carving.
- In the 1930s this area became home to Chinese immigrants, who added Asian-inspired decorative latticework, ornamental metal railings, and Chinese / English signage.
- Usually the rectangular wooden frames of the doors had thinner wooden latticework inside. One side of this lattice's surface was usually had mulberry paper pasted on it.
- Their beliefs inspired the geometric patterns employed in mosaic tile designs and latticework on building exteriors; godly images are strictly forbidden.
- The Huizhou carpenters who dismantled and rebuilt the house declared that they had never seen comparable latticework in any other Huizhou residence.
- Town officials would not speak directly about the latticework because the case is scheduled for a court hearing next month.
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