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Panels may be woven either length-wise (step 8), crosswise (step 8), diagonally across the mat (step 4), or in zigzags (step 3).
PHILIPPINE MATSHUGO H. MILLER
Half of it has in fact been accomplished, and a properly graded track, with wide sweeps and zigzags, goes up part of the ascent.
THE CRADLE OF MANKINDW.A. WIGRAM
A river of foam rushing along the zigzags of the defile subsided as it approached the sloop.
TOILERS OF THE SEAVICTOR HUGO
The path zigzags this way and that, rising each time so that we can look back and see it lying below us in fold after fold.
ROUND THE WONDERFUL WORLDG. E. MITTON
Stevens began to twist the steering wheel—the car described a fantastic series of zigzags.
THE ONSLAUGHT FROM RIGELFLETCHER PRATT
The city walls, grimly bastioned, ran in bold zigzags across the face of the steep in a way to daunt assailants.
Long zigzags up the slope brought us to the top of a notch, where at the right lay a patch of snow.
TALES OF LONELY TRAILSZANE GREY
We could see the lightning every second, awful zigzags and splits and bursting bombs, and the thunder was one long bellow.
PLUCK ON THE LONG TRAILEDWIN L. SABIN
Not so is the Lachalang, though its well-made zigzags are easy for laden animals.
AMONG THE TIBETANSISABELLA L. BIRD
After several zigzags the road boldly turns on to the face of the rock.
ITALIAN ALPSDOUGLAS WILLIAM FRESHFIELD