See also:strip of
See also:wood or other material used in
See also:building to
See also:form a
See also:base or groundwork for
See also:plaster, or for tiles, slates or other covering for
See also:roofs . Such strips of wood are employed to form lattice-
See also:work, or for the bars of venetian blinds or shutters . A " lattice" (O . Fr. laths) is an interlaced structure of laths fastened together so as to form a
See also:screen with
See also:diamond-shaped or square interstices . Such a screen was used, as it still is in the East, as a shutter for a window admitting air rather than
See also:light; it was hence used of the window closed by such a screen . In
See also:modern usage the
See also:term is applied to a window with diamond-shaped panes set in lead-work . A window with a lattice painted red was formerly a
See also:inn-sign (cf .
See also:Shakespeare, 2
See also:Hen . IV. ii . 2 . 86); frequently the window was dispensed with, and the sign remained painted on a
See also:board .
LATERITE (Lat. later, a brick)
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