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- adj. Characterized by or having the form of a grid or network.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as reticulate, a.
- In ceramics, perforated: noting a style of decoration in which the outer wall of a vase, cup, or other vessel is honeycombed or pierced in patterns, while the inner wall is solid and forms the vessel proper. It originated with the Chinese potters and was later imitated at some of the European potteries, particularly at Worcester, Berlin, Vienna, and Sèvres.
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The word reticulated means "resembling a grid or network."
Terrestrial reptiles and amphibians include two species of python, namely reticulated python Python reticulatus and Indian python P. molurus (LR) as well as two crocodiles, false gharial Tomistoma schlegelii (DD) and estuarine crocodile Crocodylus porosus, and numerous frogs and toads.
This plate is 6 1/8 in diameter and has what I believe is called a reticulated edge.
As far as snakes, that of course includes non-venomous large snakes such as reticulated pythons.
Its tympanum is filled with a kind of reticulated ornament made up of small lozenges or meshes.
The French writer Plumier  also mentions an ingenious modification of the lathe by means of which any kind of reticulated form could be given to the work; and, from it's being employed to ornament the handles of knives, it was called by him the "Machine a manche de Couteau d'Angleterre."
The name comes from a microscopic staining technique by which they were first characterized, in which parts of the ribosomes collect in a "reticulated" pattern.
This second glass resembles the former in more than one quality; but it is some - what more heavv, and uiiat I siiouldcall reticulated, as it contains small eyes, or spots, which give it 'i "c appeiirance of a net.
PLUMIER, L'Art de Tourner, Paris, 1754, p. 155. ...] also mentions an ingenious modification of the lathe by means of which any kind of reticulated form could be given to the work; and, from it's being employed to ornament the handles of knives, it was called by him the "Machine a manche de Couteau d'Angleterre."
So what I then had was ambition, could see myself becoming a lawyer, delusion, such as no tangible motivation to do so, vision, inasmuch as ineluctable modality, a reticulated castle in the sky, wherein I may have found myself busied to an extent of grievous misrepresentation, and a thorn in my heart.
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