The reticulated windows of the church belong to the same period.
The trees vary much in size, but all of them have a reticulated bark.
The rounds are depressed, the edges have a reticulated appearance.
These are sometimes strengthened with bands of reticulated work.
Seeds subglobose, roughened or reticulated, not carunculate.
Tail flat, oblong, obtuse, with a reticulated naked surface.
The buttressing arches are strongly built, and are adorned with curious bands of reticulated work.
Some conditions of the reticulated filaments are covered with minute crystals of cal.
Pure white faïence, cleverly moulded and reticulated, was a celebrated and favourite product of the ancient potters.
Are "reticulated in tender brown and broad rosy-mauve," which immediately sends one "off the metals."