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baldachin, baldacchino, baldachino, baldaquin, ciborium

An ornamental canopy over an altar, usually supported on columns, or a similar form over a tomb or throne.
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20) and Baldaquin in the King George V Handicap (4.
Baldaquin is a reasonable each-way chance, but backers should be careful.
He broke his duck when scoring at Redcar last month, when he had his slow-starting stablemate Baldaquin in fourth.
Richard Hughes completed a maiden-race double on Gary Moore's Modern British and the John Gosden-trained Baldaquin, who had been one of Frankie Dettori's intended rides.
Baldaquin is expected to step up considerably on his previous form to win the ILS Maiden Stakes (5.