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dado

1. the lower part of an interior wall that is decorated differently from the upper part
2. Architect the part of a pedestal between the base and the cornice

Dado

A rectangular groove cut across the full width of a piece of wood to receive the end of another piece.

dado

[′dā·dō]
(architecture)
The lower portion of an interior wall set off by molding or other decoration.
The portion of a pedestal between surbase and base.
The portion of a wall basement between surbase and base course.

dado

dado, 3
1. The middle portion of a pedestal between the base (or the plinth) and the sur-base (or the cornice, cap, or entablement); also called die.
2. The middle part (sometimes all parts) of a protective, ornamental paneling applied to the lower walls of a room above the
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The taste of a home cooked meal gives an individual greater pleasure," said Dadi who refuses to eat food that has been cooked by the other sisters of the BKWSU even now.
A condition of the transferprevents Dadi from playing against Rovers
Dadi said: "My fitness is not the best at the moment but I just hope that by working hard at training, I can be right to play as quick as possible.
One condition of the deal is that Dadi cannot play in the League One games against Rovers this season.
Dadi picked up the ball on the edge of the box after a surging run from Fergus Tiernan.
As Perth notched their first win of the season last weekend, it was leading marksman Dadi who scored the only goal of the game against Wellington from the penalty spot.
But negotiations with the Norwegians over Dadi's personal terms have not been resolved.
Debbie is taking Dadi to the High Court seeking damages for distress.
Dadi had earlier gone close with a header that whistled wide.
Dadi, who struck twice in the midweek 3-0 win over Plymouth, slotted home Ryan Taylor's cross from close range.
Dadi played for Livingston at Aberdeen on Saturday just eight days after finding the 41-year-old dead at his home in West Lothian.
Dadi said: "I was happy to score but annoyed the referee didn't give me a penalty.