grid[ grid ]SEE DEFINITION OF grid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRID
Presently the ship was locked onto by the grid's force-fields.
Calhoun made contact with the grid and was promptly lowered to the ground.
At the negative plate, we have pure spongy lead, and the grid.
The "grid" is connected to the aerial wire to intercept the radio waves.
My light was cut off; my grid showed only the blank deck and door.
The detached seed will then fall through a grid provided for the purpose.
Turn over the grid so as to get the paste in evenly on both sides.
Hoddan stared incredulously at the town outside one side of the grid.
He wasn't likely to get it from the men in the grid's control room.
And with the grid's controls smashed, nobody could even try to stop them.