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  • adjective Resembling a grid.

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Examples

  • The goal, according to Goldman, is a "gridlike" computing environment for users, and to make that happen he plans on using service-oriented architecture technology to include third-party applications to which users also need access.

    Directory News

  • The buildings—a main house, a guest house and a garage—are clad in vertical bleached-cedar battens and clapboard, resulting in an unusual, gridlike effect that was inspired by traditional architecture in the Japanese cities of Kyoto and Kanazawa.

    Simple Shapes on Shelter Island

  • Now available online, the Google Art reproduction makes it possible to see the faintest trace of white paint Whistler used to make his subject's eyes glisten, as well as the nubby, gridlike texture of the canvas underneath.

    National Treasures: Google Art Project unlocks riches of world's galleries

  • Now available online, the Google Art reproduction makes it possible to see the faintest trace of white paint Whistler used to make his subject's eyes glisten, as well as the nubby, gridlike texture of the canvas underneath.

    National Treasures: Google Art Project unlocks riches of world's galleries

  • The buildings—a main house, a guest house and a garage—are clad in vertical, bleached cedar battens and clapboard, resulting in a gridlike effect that was inspired by traditional architecture in the Japanese cities of Kyoto and Kanazawa.

    Shelter Island Compound

  • Miners worked their way downhill in a gridlike pattern, gouging out holes as though dousing for water and occasionally finding a few stray grains of gold.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • Miners worked their way downhill in a gridlike pattern, gouging out holes as though dousing for water and occasionally finding a few stray grains of gold.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • Although the residential streets connected to the surrounding New York grid, they were anything but gridlike; Olmsted created a variety of crescents, internal circles, lanes, and closes, laid out with all the design artistry that a talented and experienced planner could bring to bear.31

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • Beyond the garden stretched a seemingly endless and somewhat overgrown meadow that created a striking counterpoint to the neat, gridlike vineyards and orchards surrounding it.

    Georgia’s Kitchen

  • Although the residential streets connected to the surrounding New York grid, they were anything but gridlike; Olmsted created a variety of crescents, internal circles, lanes, and closes, laid out with all the design artistry that a talented and experienced planner could bring to bear.31

    Makeshift Metropolis

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