It was crisscrossed
in every direction with long straight lines, sometimes running parallel and sometimes converging toward some great circle.
The plaster, discolored by the steam of many wash-days, was crisscrossed
with cracks from the big earthquake of the previous spring.
Here, Judd's hard-hat posture is styled as a form of heterosexual panic, induced by gleaming panels of anodized aluminum that are canted off the wall, crisscrossed
, and fringed like a belly dancer's halter top.
The usual bold-type letters covering the front page were replaced by crisscrossed
lines forming script of a foreign language.
The Fields were a parade ground used by the Prussians, the Wilhelmine army, the Nazis, and finally the Russians, who crisscrossed
the flat ground with earth berms, thrown up as protective outworks for their barracks.
Hot cross beams Novel microstructures of crisscrossed
tungsten rods filtered various wavelengths of radiated heat--a talent that someday might boost the efficiency of lightbulbs (161: 334).
Founded in 1886, its first president, Dean William MacDonald, crisscrossed
the state, spreading, as Homer Ulrich described in the centennial history of MTNA, "the gospel of music.
I then crisscrossed
the country picking up "poor-performing" owner/operators who were giving the industry a bad name and sealed them up in a cave where they would do no one significant harm.
This abstract creature's head, outlined by a leaf or acorn motif that also makes up its body, contains what could be a bottle, a black sky and deco flower, a gyroscope or sphere, a crisscrossed
pole or miter, a hillscape, a tiny yellow wedge atop a curving shaft, and a water droplet.
Genant of the University of California, San Francisco and his colleagues scanned the weblike matrix of crisscrossed
fibers within bones of premenopausal and postmenopausal women.
Sitting under the veil of its crisscrossed
shadows, New Yorkers were enchanted by this grand gesture for their summer pleasure occupying the garden for the few remaining months before it was to close for the museum's major architectural renovation by Yoshio Taniguchi.