Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The act or process of marking or decorating with stripes.
  • n. The stripes placed on something.
  • n. A pattern of stripes.

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  • v. Present participle of stripe.
  • n. A pattern of stripes.

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  • n. the act of marking with stripes

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Examples

  • The body's pin striping work was long and tedious.

    Boing Boing: October 16, 2005 - October 22, 2005 Archives

  • This approach is sometimes referred to as striping, and other modes (as you'll see later) employ the technique as well.

    PCWorld

  • This show features the work of several of these Japanese artists, and ranges from Rockin’ Jellybean’s exquisitely rendered rock vixens, to Sugisack’s photo realistic paintings of street rods, to Mr. G’s meticulous pin striping, to Makoto’s exceptional blend of traditional Japanese iconography with old school Americana.

    Boing Boing: January 23, 2005 - January 29, 2005 Archives

  • SQL Server 2008 Books Online says that level 5 is also known as striping with parity.

    MSDN Blogs

  • RAID 0: This configuration uses striping, which is one of two basic RAID techniques.

    Government Computer News Current Issue

  • The ix2 can't be configured for performance-oriented RAID 0 striping, which is just as well because it leaves your data more vulnerable to loss than either of the other two setups.

    Datamation Security

  • I don't call striping a tee shot then hitting the flagstick on the next hole … whatever that's supposed to mean.

    Waggle Room

  • We do what's called "striping" on the rough, alternating (in stripes) which way we roll the grass, so that when you look at it, the grass looks really cool.

    spectre12 Diary Entry

  • Finish work, such as striping and pavement sawing, is scheduled to occur during overnight hours up to two weeks after the runway reopens.

    Philadelphia Business News - Local Philadelphia News | The Philadelphia Business Journal

  • The city first must identify gaps in the system that can be filled easily, such as striping bike lane lines where space exists, he said.

    www.appeal-democrat.com - News :

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