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1923, ‘President Wilson’, ''Time'', 18 Jun 1923:
- There is no reason why all colleges and universities should be cut to the same pattern.
*1793, (w), ''Thraliana'', 19 March:
- Well! the King of France died pardoning & pitying all those who had tortured his Soul & Body, a great Pattern for us all.
1946, Bertrand Russell, ''History of Western Philosophy'', I.16:
- The Platonic Socrates was a pattern to subsequent philosophers for many ages.
A copy. (defdate)
A representative example. (defdate)
The material needed to make a piece of clothing. (defdate)
A full-sized model around which a mould of sand is made, to receive the melted metal. It is usually made of wood and in several parts, so as to be removed from the mould without damage.
''There were no files matching the pattern *.txt.''
''Coherent or decorative arrangement.''
2003, Valentino, ‘Is there a future in fashion's past?’, ''Time'', 5 Feb 2003:
- On my way to work the other day, I stopped at a church in Rome and saw a painting of the Madonna. The subtle pattern of blues and golds in the embroidery of her dress was so amazing that I used it to design a new evening dress for my haute couture.
A naturally-occurring or random arrangement of shapes, colours etc. which have a regular or decorative effect. (defdate)
2011, Rachel Cooke, ''The Observer'', 19 Jun 2011:
- He lifted the entire joint or fowl up into the air, speared on a carving fork, and sliced pieces off it so that they fell on the plate below in perfectly organised patterns.
1980, ‘Shifting Targets’, ''Time'', 6 Oct 1980:
- The three killings pointed to an ugly new shift in the enduring pattern of violence in Northern Ireland: the mostly Protestant Ulster police, or those suspected of affiliation with them, have become more prominent targets for the I.R.A. than the British troops.
2003, Kate Hudson, ''The Guardian'', 14 Aug 2003:
- Look again at how the US and its allies behaved then, and the pattern is unmistakable.
To apply a pattern.
To make or design (anything) by, from, or after, something that serves as a pattern; to copy; to model; to imitate.
- temple patterned (..) from that which Adam reared in Paradise.
To follow an example.
To fit into a pattern.
To serve as an example for.