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  • The cross-hachured part of each column represents the amount which has been consumed already.

    Nuclear Energy and the Fossil Fuels (historical)

  • Page view page image: the famed hachured varieties of the Late Bonitians are both generally missing.

    The Architecture of Pueblo Bonito :

  • Roberts divided the lot by color, puzzled us at the time because sherds from early rubbish included fragments with hachured designs and ticked rims.

    The Architecture of Pueblo Bonito :

  • Bonitian fragments in proportion to later varieties such as the three hachured types, our organic-paint Chaco-San Juan or McElmo

    The Architecture of Pueblo Bonito :

  • There were transient preferences for designs composed of broad solid lines, for hachured figures with solid tips, and others balanced by opposing elements.

    The Architecture of Pueblo Bonito :

  • Beginning with Kidder (1924), archeologists have extolled the exceptional whiteness of its surface slip, the variety and the perfection of its hachured designs, the blackness of its paint.

    The Architecture of Pueblo Bonito :

  • To begin with, the map was two miles to the inch, and was not contoured -- merely hachured -- which is no earthly use where the peaks are crowded up within a few hundred yards of each other, so that three peaks in line appear on the map as one ridge, though there may be dips of 500 feet between them, and looking at it the other way, it is very hard to believe that a place which it takes you one and a half hours to reach walking is less than a mile on the map.

    The Fife and Forfar Yeomanry and 14th (F. & F. Yeo.) Battn. R.H. 1914-1919

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