Stage pocket | Article about stage pocket by The Free Dictionary
In the backstage of a theater, one of several metal boxes, with hinged lids, which are set into the wall or floor outside the acting area; contains jacks into which electric cables for stage lighting can be plugged.
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Originally, connections were made with a paddle plug and a stage pocket
The club going out at the quarterfinals stage pocket
a pounds 15, 000 consolation, while the graduated awards system then puts pounds 25, 000 on the table for losing semi-finalists.