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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tile.
  • adj. Constructed from, or decorated with tiles

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  • adj. covered or furnished with tiles


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  • The process is commonly known as tiled-printing or rasterbation.

    Easy Poster Printer Slices, Dices Your Posters For Standard Printers | Lifehacker Australia

  • A four-hundred-acre tract of the tallest corn I ever saw was once pointed out to me in Greene County and this plantation, it was explained, had been a worthless bog before Mrs. Owen "tiled" it; and later I saw stalks of this corn displayed in the rooms of the

    A Hoosier Chronicle

  • On the same kind of tiled floor, of which the monotonous squares had maddened Turnbull's eye and brain, was sitting a figure which was startlingly short even for a child, only that the enormous head was ringed with hair of a frosty grey.

    The Ball and the Cross

  • But when the internal convictions are brought out between two or three who are personally interested together, -- between two or three who feel that their little gathering is, so to say, "tiled", -- those internal convictions differ very much from the external convictions.

    The Last Chronicle of Barset

  • Lady Lufton, who understood as well as any woman what it is to be "tiled" with a friend, took all this in good part.

    The Last Chronicle of Barset

  • Second Life uses a single world with the "tiled" paradigm

    Gwyn's Home

  • This software will allow you to create an endless amount of very high quality textures that can be "tiled".


  • Included in the current price are the interior finishing's such as tiled & semi-fitted bathrooms, bedrooms with simulated wood plank flooring, semi-fitted living and dining area with simulated wood plank floorings and lower kitchen cabinets / work tops installed.


  • For example, windows were only displayed "tiled" on the screen; that is, they could not overlap or overlie one another.

    Elias Kai

  • But the older houses are probably cooler: all high ceilings, little round holes at the top to let out the hot air, slumping tiled roofs, thick, stubborn old walls that change temperature with reluctance, and a lot of life taking place in a courtyard or back yard.

    4 Campoalegre « Unknowing


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