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  • adj. Woven with alternating parallel threads of two colours.


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  • "Blue end-on-end and white poplins...the basics, really."

    Handsome Haberdashery

  • The research station's outer walls are constructed from a series of end-on-end triangles, forming diamonds, and the ants amass a corresponding array of reflective diamonds that they build up around the outpost, reflecting light inward to overheat their human enemies.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • I am sure that there is a special ring of hell for the media: The survivor stories end-on-end for the titillation of the public.

    Archives de la Stan

  • They erect two telephone poles on the lakeshore, spliced together end-on-end using coils of heavy rope.

    Fun events in Chapala and Ajijic

  • Don't even think of lining up 13.9 trillion dollar bills end-on-end in order to create some kind of visual metaphor for our national debt.

    The Seattle Times

  • Then, with a transporter vehicle that's also remotely operated, we would take it underground and place it end-on-end, lying down in our repository drifts.

    Worldchanging: Bright Green

  • Paterson said when stacked end-on-end, they are taller than the Empire State Building.

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

  • Today, a mural the height of four double-deckers stacked end-on-end depicting the latest Superb greets visitors to the museum.

    Automotive Headlines

  • According to a press release sent by Matt Anderson, the spokesman of the budget division, "stacked end-on-end, those documents would have been taller than the Empire State Building.



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