paint bridge

paint bridge

A platform or gallery, of fixed or adjustable height, beside or above the stage of a theater or in a paint loft; esp. used to paint scenery.
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It has provided refreshments to the labourers at the Dubai Tram construction site, Dubai Frame, National Paint Bridge and various other locations.
"When 1 paint bridges I believe to also add in symbols towards the peace and welfare of the universal future!" A decade and several psychotic breaks later, this period optimism had soured, and Sekula's art and life turned ever more inward.
Seven workers took to the route to pick up litter, paint bridges, cut back vegetation and work on the path between Annfield Plain and Leadgate, County Durham.
Liverpool city council has also agreed to clean up the route and its youth offending team will take first-time offenders and youths on reparation orders and make them paint bridges over the line and pick up litter.
Because of the conditions present today, the state plans to paint bridges #15 and #16, and possibly others, as soon as funding allows.