Meaning: To denote surfaces in relief (as on a map) by shading with short lines drawn in the direction of slope. Example: Topographic surveys were done for the first time with compasses…. And mapmakers developed new methods for depicting terrain. One method, called hachuring, used lines to indicate the direction and steepness of a slope.
Meaning: To follow a winding or intricate course. Example: Instead of hooks or choruses, there were intensities, pulses, sung words that meandered and then dissolved into crystalline sound. They were barely songs. But they were enough. The listener got the impression that language was insufficient to express her highs and lows.