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How to use latticework in a sentence
The rotors sit on a latticework canopy, with a rotor on each of the Hexa’s six arms and 12 rotors spaced evenly around the outer ring.With 18 rotors, the Hexa aircraft has room for just one passenger | Kelsey D. Atherton | July 29, 2022 | Popular-Science
In many data centers today, chilled water is piped through the latticework of server racks to more efficiently cool the facility, liquid being a superior convective agent than air.
Milford Wolpoff, a paleoanthropologist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and colleagues revived the latticework of Weidenreich’s trellis model in the 1980s.Fossils and ancient DNA paint a vibrant picture of human origins | Erin Wayman | September 15, 2021 | Science News
Once a strangler is established in the crown, a latticework of downward-growing stems thickens with time and often surrounds the host, sometimes creating a hollow center if the host has soft wood and subsequently rots inside.
These moves show China’s determination to control what historians call “the infrastructure of empire,” the latticework that enables the international system to function.China is taking aim at the key to America’s dominant role in the world | Gregory Mitrovich | March 25, 2021 | Washington Post
The floors were of earth beaten hard, and the windows had bars or latticework, but no glass.Stories of California | Ella M. Sexton
Mr. Tibbets guarded them for years, had them fenced with high latticework, and seldom allowed any one to touch them.Stories of California | Ella M. Sexton
Observe that the three opening cells are lashed together loosely with a latticework.Seed Dispersal | William J. Beal
Marechal Niel roses, and honeysuckles, and some tropical vines, climbed over latticework almost to the roof.A Little Florida Lady | Dorothy C. Paine
But, looking out through the marble latticework into the blue twilight, she was somewhat reassured.The Swindler and Other Stories | Ethel M. Dell