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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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Location : Officer ic backdrop committee, air force station
He shot the painted studio backdrops which are an integral part of the earliest photographs in the subcontinent and continue to be used today.
The new backdrop feature comes with different background options, including smiley faces, green lasers, two flower wallpapers, fence and an XO backdrop.
String up the tinsel backdrop at one end of the hall, using either gaffer's tape (which shouldn't remove paint
A great backdrop is like the cherry on top of a recital sundae--it enhances the entire experience.
2) A still from the 1939 movie ``Wuthering Heights'' starring Laurence Olivier shows the backdrop of the city's Wildwood area.
Two crews recorded footage from across the world for the backdrops.
By the close of World War II Westerns were entering into their golden age, and for nearly two decades classical Western stars like John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Henry Fonda, Gary Cooper, Glenn Ford, and Gregory Peck gave us wide-screen spectacles with dramatic backdrops, thundering stampedes, and shoot-outs.
The crisp picture quality, low power consumption and long life span are all qualities that go beyond existing platforms and I will recommend that other stations use this for studio backdrops from now on.
Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Backdrops