herring-bone. Bricks, stones, tiles, or wood-blocks laid aslant in alternate rows or courses at 45° to the general direction of the course or row, and at 90° to the adjoining courses or rows, thus each course or row slopes in a different direction to those on either side or above and below, forming a zig-zag pattern.
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