Cellar Floor

Cellar Floor

 

in the theater, the area below the stage, located under the stage platform. The area contains stage mechanisms, raising and lowering apparatus, and apparatus for creating stage effects. The cellar floor sometimes consists of several stories, the highest of which is called the first cellar floor.

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When building a new cellar floor, Kuhn said that at BAR Architects, a firm that also specializes in LEED-certified and sustainable building designs, concrete is the typical first choice for him and his colleagues.
The developer, a repeat borrower with MRC, is currently building 6 luxury residential condominium units above a ground and cellar floor retail condominium in an extremely desirable, centrally located block, and the project is 95% complete.
The plans call for ten units across six stories and a full cellar floor. Of the ten, two are one-bedroom duplexes, six are two-bedroom units and two are four-bedroom penthouse duplexes.
For down on the Westminster damp cellar floor, Lay gunpowder trails stopped short at the door, While barrel on barrel of powder was stacked, Propped up and primed, hungry for a match, And there in the shadowed doorway in the dark, Was Guy Fawkes from York, stood set with a spark, But right at the death all their dealings were spoiled, A note to the King and their scheming was foiled!
With at least an inch of water covering most of the cellar floor, used for holding prisoners and storing records, police and maintenance crews were still assessing the extent of the damage hours after the pipe burst.
The "priceless" collection was uncovered by a group of labourers under a cellar floor in London's Cheapside in 1912 and is believed to have been hidden about 350 years ago.
Prosecutor Sarah Swarbrick said droppings were found on the "dirty" cellar floor and on sacks of potatoes.
Andrew Hall's passion for justice springs from an unusually dark place: a cellar floor in war-torn Poland during the summer of 1944.
As they broke up the cellar floor, they discovered a wooden casket which turned out to contain the greatest cache of Elizabethan and Jacobean jewellery in the world.