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key pattern

n.
See fret3.
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Noun1.key pattern - an ornamental pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines (often in relief)key pattern - an ornamental pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines (often in relief); "there was a simple fret at the top of the walls"
architectural ornament - (architecture) something added to a building to improve its appearance
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This substantial tablet measures 3cm with an intricate silver key pattern at top and base.
Moreover, prefarication construction and mounting off-site ventures is a key pattern in the business that is increasing the demand among builders and contractors, since the on-site development is comparatively very much time consuming and costlier.
Keep this in mind for it will define a key pattern which has caused some confusion.
To steal Caroline's preppy vibe, pair a hot pink gingham with understated sheets--we heart this set with the elegant Greek key pattern.
Take Chiral Fret (Meander)/Extrusion/Ghost, 2015, one of her "Weave" series, 2011-, composed of interlaced canvas strips: as the eye moves left to right, a Greek key pattern that runs vertically up the left-hand side breaks down into an increasingly unstable set of horizontal lines.
No shortcuts have been taken when it comes to colour and design, with 30 stylish shades in the dual tile range and a wide range of additional key pattern elements including borders, corner designs and feature panels.
The composer admits to the influence of Oscar Petersen, but Chopin also comes into it as the Preludes follow the key pattern of their distinguished predecessors.
The key pattern is an equatorial low pressure core over Angola and a well-developed trough-line extending across western Botswana with the ability to bring thunder storms to the Kavango and Caprivi regions.
A new study of the brain's master circadian clock--known as the suprachias-matic nucleus, or SCN--reveals that a key pattern of rhythmic neural activity begins to decline by middle age.
The Great Square of Pegasus, a key pattern of autumn, is at a comparable height in the east.
Information obtained before and after the occurrence of a key pattern interferes with the processing and internalizing of that pattern.
There are 3 popular patterns in the stone, the egg and tongue, the swirl and the key pattern. They discovered what great artists the Greeks were by looking at the beautiful buildings in Newcastle.