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backdrop

On the theater stage, a large, taut, flat canvas, usually hung from the grid at the rear of the stage to mask the backstage area.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Purchase of backdrops for psp
The Fed's Beige Book suggests that it is too early to talk about higher inflation and higher rates now, as a solid growth backdrop needs time to result in higher inflation.
Often, here too, a backdrop was added by the photo technician.
Choose the box option under the stars icon and pick the backdrop you want.
The image features a backdrop behind an interview with former Reds striker and ECHO columnist Neil Mellor, and shows a red flag with a club crest.
Hang a curtain on either side of the tinsel backdrop, stringing fishing line through them and attaching the fishing line to the wall or ceiling with pushpins, tacks or gaffer's tape.
Interviewed by host Steve Harvey, Htun admitted that her costume, which also served as a backdrop for traditional Myanmar puppetry, is heavy at 40 kilograms.
com)-- Wedding backdrops in Toronto are becoming increasingly popular in trendy weddings, allowing a wide range of different wedding styles beyond the traditional.
On April, 10 2016 at 1330 hours, hotline contact between DGMOs of'Pakistan and India was established in the backdrop of ceasefire violation by Indian Army on night 9/10 April 2016, an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) news release here stated.
The some websites reported news about the arrest of the director of branch of Rafidain Bank in Baghdad against the backdrop of recent embezzlement process suffered by the bank.
What: An executive detached family home situated in a quiet position with a beautiful woodland backdrop.
Portrait photographers receive a specific guide to handling backdrops and their issues, from wrinkles and storage to designing one's own backdrop, using digital backdrops, and working on location.