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The home is covered in a weather-resistant, lattice facade made of kebony, a Norwegian wood product that simulates the durability of tropical hardwood.
On the side, 100 percent rhubarb pie with an all-butter lattice crust.
Challenge yourself culinarily: Roast a turkey, bake a cherry pie with a lattice crust, make french fries from scratch and whip up your own mayonnaise.
Brush lattice with milk and sprinkle with remaining tablespoon sugar.
No, shifting the phosphorous atom by one atomic lattice position (so way less than 1nm) can change the coupling strength by a factor of 10.
The kit comes with black shorts and socks, whilst the top has a camouflage pattern with white stripes across the shoulders and arms which includes a lattice detail which is in reference to the city's iconic Eiffel Tower.
The crust is just soooo much easier than dealing with all of that cold butter and whatever a lattice is.
The supercapacitors developed by Karim and his team are made from graphene, a two-dimensional lattice of carbon only one atom thick.
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Origin and Etymology of lattice
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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