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reticulated.
1. Constructed or arranged to resemble a net, with the repetition of the same figure all over the surface or plane, as in a screen or lattice, or a wall made of polygonal masonry, such as ragstone, or constructed of square stones placed diagonally.

2. With a capital R (Reticulated), the term refers to a type of Curvilinear Gothic tracery consisting of a net-like mesh of interweaving ogees forming a pattern. See also opus reticulatum.

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reticulated Applied to a meshwork of intercalating crystals which may give rise to lattice-like groups of crystals in a mineral.

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