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(often followed by 'with') damaged throughout by numerous perforations or holes
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Tables- The legs of this table defy and overcome the laws of physics.
Sawyer is a loyal fan of the VLM, although he comments that, when it goes down, his colleagues have been known to refer to it as a "VSM." "All our wines are riddled
by machine," he says.
to pierce with numerous holes; perforate: riddle a target with bullets...." Needed in this citation is either bullet-riddled or riddled
Clay balls must be "screened" or "riddled
out" from the system sand in molding operations that will allow manual fiddling.
In 1992, Alexander and his colleagues found a theoretical example in which the set of initial conditions, or basin of attraction, leading to one attractor is riddled
with points corresponding to initial conditions leading to another outcome.