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The charges in twisted graphene are spread far too thin across the giant moiré cells to superconduct at high temperatures, but the bond holding them together — whether it’s skyrmions or something else — seems strong.
In the Middle Ages moire was held in high esteem, and continues to enjoy that distinction down to the present day.
At the present time moire work is done which costs as high as 25 cents per yard.
How about little white moire paper boxes with some pretty flower on the cover?Three Little Women|Gabrielle E. Jackson
The queen is costumed in a moire antique dress, of a showy color, hair hanging loosely over the shoulder.Home Pastimes; or Tableaux Vivants|James H. Head
She is very tall and handsome, and was superb in a white lace shawl, a moire-antique with a train.Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee|(His Son) Captain Robert E. Lee