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  • 1 bead — I. n. 1. Globule, pellet (perforated for stringing). 2. Drop, droplet, pearly drop, bubble, blob. 3. Moulding, astragal. II. v. a. 1. Mould, decorate with a moulding. 2. Deck with beads, raise into beads …

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  • 2 Reed — 1. n. & v. n. 1 a any of various water or marsh plants with a firm stem, esp. of the genus Phragmites. b a tall straight stalk of this. 2 (collect.) reeds growing in a mass or used as material esp. for thatching. 3 Brit. wheat straw prepared for… …

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  • 3 reed — 1. n. & v. n. 1 a any of various water or marsh plants with a firm stem, esp. of the genus Phragmites. b a tall straight stalk of this. 2 (collect.) reeds growing in a mass or used as material esp. for thatching. 3 Brit. wheat straw prepared for… …

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  • 4 In-mould labelling — is a technology used to decorate plastic products during manufacture. Combining the decoration process with the moulding process cuts the total cost, but can increase the manufacturing time. [citebook|title=The Packaging User s… …

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  • 5 Linenfold — (or linen fold) is a simple style of relief carving used to decorate wood panelling with a design imitating window tracery , [Whiton, Augustus Sherrill. Interior Design and Decoration . Lippincott, 1974. ISBN 0397473028. Page 72.] imitating… …

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  • 6 bead — n. & v. n. 1 a a small usu. rounded and perforated piece of glass, stone, etc., for threading with others to make jewellery, or sewing on to fabric, etc. b (in pl.) a string of beads; a rosary. 2 a drop of liquid; a bubble. 3 a small knob in the… …

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  • 7 Early Christian inscriptions — form, as non literary remains, a valuable source of information on the development of Christian thought and life in the early Church. They may be divided into three main classes: sepulchral inscriptions, epigraphic records, and inscriptions… …

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  • 8 Early Christian Inscriptions —     Early Christian Inscriptions     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Early Christian Inscriptions     Inscriptions of Christian origin form, as non literary remains, a valuable source of information on the development of Christian thought and life in… …

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  • 9 reed — /rid / (say reed) noun 1. the straight stalk of any of various tall grasses, especially of the genera Phragmites and Arundo, growing in marshy places. 2. the stalk of Phragmites australis, the common reed, which is a large perennial grass found… …

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  • 10 stucco — noun fine plaster used for coating wall surfaces or moulding into architectural decorations. verb (stuccoes, stuccoing, stuccoed) [usu. as adjective stuccoed] coat or decorate with stucco. Origin C16: from Ital …

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  • 11 stucco — ► NOUN ▪ fine plaster used for coating wall surfaces or moulding into architectural decorations. ► VERB (stuccoes, stuccoed) (usu. as adj. stuccoed) ▪ coat or decorate with stucco. ORIGIN Italian …

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  • 12 Pottery — Pot and Pots redirect here. For Pot, see Pot (disambiguation). For POTS, see POTS (disambiguation). Unfired green ware pottery on a traditional drying rack at Conner Prairie living history museum …

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  • 13 History of printing — The history of printing began as an attempt to make easier and reduce the cost of reproducing multiple copies of documents, fabrics, wall papers and so on. Printing streamlined the process of communication, and contributed to the development of… …

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  • 14 Empedocles — M.R.Wright INTRODUCTION Empedocles was a native of Acragas (Agrigento) in Sicily, a Doric colony founded on the south coast of the island in the sixth century BC, which soon grew to rival Syracuse in its prosperity. A line of temples, many of… …

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  • 15 Romanesque architecture — is the term that is used to describe the architecture of Middle Ages Europe which evolved into the Gothic style beginning in the 12th century. The term Romanesque , meaning descended from Roman , was used to describe the style from the early 19th …

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  • 16 10 Downing Street — Number 10 Downing Street General information Town or city City of Westminster, London Country United Kin …

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  • 17 Ceramic art — Etruscan: Diomedes and Polyxena, from the Etruscan amphora of the Pontic group, ca. 540–530 BC. From Vulci …

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  • 18 Masjid Abdul Gaffoor — Coordinates: 1°18′16″N 103°51′13″E / 1.30444°N 103.85361°E / 1.30444; 103.85361 …

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  • 19 bead — noun 1》 a small, rounded piece of glass, stone, plastic, etc., perforated and typically threaded in a string with others to make a necklace or rosary. 2》 a drop of a liquid on a surface. 3》 a small knob forming the foresight of a gun. 4》 the… …

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  • 20 molding —    [American spelling] or moulding [British spelling]    A strip that adds variety and interest to a surface by creating areas of light and shadow, as in a frame. In architecture, any of various long, narrow, ornamental bands having a distinctive …

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