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Superionic ice’s water molecules are packed together so tightly that their oxygen atoms form a rigid lattice, Change writes.
Chanel was in full bloom in Paris on Tuesday morning for its spring 2018 couture show, with a light and airy collection unveiled in a secret garden that had models strolling among lattice work within the Grand Palais.
There is no flashy frosting or elaborate lattice to entice you.
Vertical gardens and lattice screening can be used to create privacy between the main house and the second home.
While the office floors are skinned in glass, an outer lattice of white aluminum fins and sunshades extend out as much as 2 feet beyond the silvery glass skin.
Their first series remained their best known: densely wrought compositions of convoluted golden horns whose intricacies could evoke lattices, weapons or bodies.
Cut puff pastry into strips ⅛ inch thick; arrange in a lattice pattern, pressing the ends against the ramekins, and brush the pastry with the egg.
Behind a diamond’s untameability is its three-dimensional structure, a repeating crystalline lattice of carbon atoms, each one strongly bonded to four neighbors atop, below and to either side.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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