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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.
In the team's first test of thermal excitation, they reported that a photonic crystal of crisscross
silicon rods, heated to 137[degrees]C, emitted strongly at wavelengths shorter than 10 micrometers ([micro]m) but showed much less emission at longer wavelengths.
A case in point: the evening's one non-Shakespeare-inspired work, Mark Godden's Minor Threat, a virtual whirlwind of high-speed entrances and exits and crisscross
patterns for five couples.
"A spacecraft could travel through regions of the solar system picking up ions from the many invisible comet tails that probably crisscross
our solar system," says George Gloeckler of the University of Maryland, College Park.
The dancers crisscross
the stage stretching and pulling elasticized bands, secured offstage, into a cat's cradle of possibilities, and!
Planetary scientists have known since the 1970s, thanks to images taken by the Mariner 9 and Viking Orbiter spacecraft, that dried-up channels crisscross
much of the Martian surface.
In Ram the dancers rhythmic vocalizing propels them to crisscross
When the lights rise, men and women, costumed timelessly in swathes of green and blue cotton, crisscross
the stage, vigorously manipulating large pieces of fabric.
A gray cutout strip of photo adheres to the wall, in part a photographic representation of the crutch's shadow; actual shadows from gallery lights crisscross
The year was 1972, and the America he discovered though the lens of his 35 mm range finder, a vast network of windswept back roads and empty downtowns, would inspire him to crisscross
the country some ten more times during the decade that followed.
The dark substance coats baskets and other containers, perhaps as a type of waterproofing, and it was used to create a crisscross
design on the backs of skulls.
Two specimens display a crisscross
pattern of tightly spaced rows typical of a portion of a finely woven bag or mat.
The sheets crisscross
; altering their angle of overlap changes the spacing between the sections that bind DNA, Clore's group reports in the July 15 SCIENCE.