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  • n. Alternative form of wireframe.


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  • It hurts for a month before I finally go to the doctor with the wire-frame glasses and amber eyes.

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  • I watched them dart back and forth beneath her wire-frame glasses.

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  • The 53-year-old Mr. Jacoby, a reserved German who sports sleek, wire-frame eyeglasses, earned a business degree at the University of Cologne before starting a lengthy career at Volkswagen AG, whose U.S. unit he ran before jumping to Volvo.

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  • The triangular shapes on the front entrance and rear addition, as the architect Thomas Leeser explained, are meant to invoke digital wire-frame grids.

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  • The Grid Chair is a hand made chair that brings up the image of wire-frame on the computer.

    Steel Bean Bag Chair by Rick Ivey

  • A small man — not much older than us but with much less hair and wearing round, wire-frame glasses like the ones you see on John Lennon in pictures — steps out of the car and gets wet in the rain.

    John Lennon Slept Here (Or Was It Ringo?)

  • Hord was a friendly and precise man with large wire-frame glasses and a certain respect for natural beauty.

    Interstate 69

  • By the time Fleming and company met with Constantine they had already commissioned a clay model of the Surfer, digitized it into a computer wire-frame and rendered in silver.

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  • I found him by his cottage at the motor court on East Main, reading a book in a lawn chair under the oaks, his wire-frame glasses down low on his nose.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • It still feels like a wire-frame model, but everything is there...

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