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  • The company at first produced fiberglass sprays, but then began making dirt-filled wire-mesh baskets, the first ones as a bulwark for a retaining wall at its own workshop in Leeds.

    Owner of Segway Company Dies in Accident

  • Dr. Gillespie closed Morgan's ASD with a septal occluder, a wire-mesh patch, in a catheterization laboratory in the Cardiac Operative and Imaging Complex.

    Atrial Septal Defect -- Morgan

  • His most famous experiment showed that baby rhesus monkeys, raised alone or with same-age peers, preferred a foodless but fuzzy terrycloth surrogate “mother” over a wire-mesh version that freely dispensed meals.

    The Science of Success

  • Literally designed on top of a golf course, the wire-mesh façade was designed both as an intricate artistic accent as well as a very practical shield against stray golf balls.

    Interesting Wooden Building on Lauterhofen Golf Field, Germany

  • I have lived in Austin, Texas, where the humongous and amazing Central Market roasted Hatch chiles day after day in round, wire-mesh containers with gas jets.

    Smoke Signals: The glory of a Hatch chile

  • Raul led me instead to a large wire-mesh cage and sat me atop a life-sized wooden horse for an hour of polo basics.

    Polo's Dark Horse

  • “Horses, horses,” he declared and swung around to press his face against the wire-mesh barrier.

    Western Man

  • Big wire-mesh strainer optional, but makes life easier

    Day of Honey

  • If you have a big wire-mesh strainer, dump the freekeh in it and rinse under running water.

    Day of Honey

  • Across it, he peered through a wire-mesh door into a screened and darkened sleeping porch.

    A LITTLE ACCOUNTWITH SWITHIN HALL

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