- v. Simple past tense and past participle of grid.
“For example, Interior 5 (Wall) from 2009 feels like a kind of gridded abstract composition, with the vertical orange stripe of spray painting hovering like an artistic gesture among industrial materials.”
“Their gridded straps hold a variety of items from pencils, to cell phones, to business cards.”
“Image of a nicely gridded-up square foot garden courtesy shygantic, via a Creative Commons license.”
“This technique was itself inspired by Roman example—the gridded plane groves, or boschetti , planted around 1611, that flank the Villa Aldobrandini in nearby Frascati, which Rapuano knew well both from visits and Price's measured drawings.”
“Beachwood is on the middle right of the frame; Pine Beach and its gridded pine lots follows in the distance.”
“When viewed together in the gallery, optically dense geometric patterns are seen next to flat monochromatic surfaces, gridded photographic images, or faint contours disappearing under layers of sparkling diamond dust.”
“The series includes pots, window boxes and a variety of sizes of gridded squares that can be planted as "raised bed" flower and vegetable gardens.”
“He has since evolved a process whereby these portraits begin as photographs, which are enlarged, transferred, and gridded on the canvas, allowing Close to work with his brush meticulously inch by inch.”
“Shen Hong/Xinhua/Zuma Press The setting sun shone down Manhattan's 42nd Street late Monday in the biannual event known as ''Manhattanhenge,'' when the setting sun aligns itself with the city's east-west grid and shines down all gridded streets at the same time.”
“As the data is gridded, a process could be made to grid all or some of the publicly available data and see if there are discrepancies.”
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