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cullis

[′kəl·əs]
(engineering)

coulisse, cullis

1. A piece of channeled or grooved timber, as one in which a frame slides.
2. An area backstage in the theater, esp. between two wing flats.
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The follow artists will exhibit in United States, Mississipi at Cullis Depot Gallery located above the Mississippi State University welcome center:
The follow artists will exhibit in United States, Mississippi at Cullis Depot Gallery located above the Mississippi State University welcome center:
Molby, who attended Swansea's recent home game with Swindon Town, was a Cullis target less than two weeks ago but he quickly distanced himself from the previous regime at yesterday's press conference.
Cullis, who has spent over 40 years studying mutations within plants, most recently flax (Linum usitatissimum), has found that the environment not only weeds out harmful and useless mutations through natural selection, but actually influences helpful mutations.
The Montjeu gelding scooted home by 12 lengths on his debut over obstacles and looks capable of defying a penalty in division one of the Peter Cullis Novices' Hurdle.
Olivia Cullis, a spokeswoman for the airline in London, UK, said that the airline has not made a decision yet but is strongly considering the move.
So much so that I can reveal she has found love again with hunky Young Soul Rebels guitarist Graham Cullis.
KEVIN CULLIS: WITH new chairman Max Thompson promising a big-name manager, many were left bewildered when Kevin Cullis arrived at the Vetch in 1996.
He explored the pressing game in 1952 and only one major league coach listened-- Stan Cullis of the Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Interviews with Welsh soprano Rita Cullis, opera director Anthony Besch, and composer Jonathan Harvey made up shorter articles.
Two years ago, Pieter Cullis at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver described animal data showing that liposome packaging dramatically reduced doxorubicin's normal cardiac toxicity (SN: 6/4/88, p.