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cullis

[′kəl·əs]
(engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Mr Cullis' eldest son was diagnosed with Crohn's disease as an adult while his youngest son was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis when he was 18 months old.
Shockingly, a picture in Wolverhampton's famous subway has been altered to make Cullis look like Adolf Hitler.
Cullis's company, Stanwin Ltd, also received PS825 at the time - PS8,900 in today's terms.
However, this charge is ultimately dependent on what Cullis termed the "50 percent rule." Legally, American firms are only prohibited from doing business with companies where a sanctioned individual controls more than 50 percent of the organization.
"People laugh at it now when I tell them, but it was a disgrace," says Jimmy Rimmer, the man who had been in caretaker charge of a Swans side before Cullis was whisked to South Wales following a 3-0 defeat to Stockport.
The follow artists will exhibit in United States, Mississipi at Cullis Depot Gallery located above the Mississippi State University welcome center:
Suzuki is very close to Cullis and their daughters Severn and Sarika, even if they regularly give him hell.
3 On which English Football League ground will you find a stand named after former England captain Stan Cullis?
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. My mole tells me: "Camille has had a terrible time of late.
Mum Roseanne added: 'Last weekend he played for his club Hillside Juniors in a cup final where they beat Port Cullis 3-2.
You've offered me pounds 8 a week in the winter but only pounds 5 in the summer!'' says Cullis.