Rows

Some articles on rows, row:

Welting (knitting)
... of ribbing that is, one or more horizontal rows of knit stitches alternating with one or more rows of purl stitches ... welting is garter stitch, in which knit rows alternate with purl rows ... round", the effect is simply produced by knitting one row, then purling the next ...
Snake Scales - Arrangement of Scales
... Snakes have rows of scales along the whole or part of their length and also many other specialised scales, either singly or in pairs, occurring on the head and other ... on the snake's body are arranged in rows along the length of their bodies ... Adjacent rows are diagonally offset from each other ...
Spiny Butterfly Ray - Description
... The teeth have high, conical cusps, numbering 98–138 rows in the upper jaw and 78–110 rows in the lower jaw ... In both jaws there are 10–12 functional tooth rows with each dental band occupying 70% the width of the jaw ...
South African Municipal Election, 2011 - Election Results - KwaZulu-Natal
... In the following table, green rows indicate municipalities won by the ANC, red rows indicate those won by the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), yellow rows indicate those won by the National Freedom Party (NFP ...
Alexandrovskiye Trade Rows
... Alexandrovskiye Trade Rows (Russian Александровские торговые ряды) in Taganrog is a piece of architecture of the 19th century ... some of the stalls were empty, the trade activities were concentrated in the right part of the rows, the rest was sold for lodging (the left side of Chekhov street, No 107–119) ... of the part of the former Alexandrovskiye Trade Rows was completed in 2007 ...

Famous quotes containing the word rows:

    Over the low, barnacled, elephant-colored rocks,
    Come the first tide-ripples, moving, almost without sound, toward
    me,
    Running along the narrow furrows of the shore, the rows of dead clam shells;
    Theodore Roethke (1908–1963)

    Creatures that hang themselves up like an old rag, to sleep;
    And disgustingly upside down.
    Hanging upside down like rows of disgusting old rags
    And grinning in their sleep.
    Bats!
    —D.H. (David Herbert)