working stage

working stage

A partially enclosed portion of an assembly room or building, cut off from the audience section by a proscenium wall, and which is equipped with scenery loft, gridiron, fly gallery, and lighting equipment; the minimum depth from the proscenium curtain to the back wall may be specified by code.
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Drawings and Consultancy Services for tender stage and working stage for Six laning from existing Km 494.
According to the Monitor daily, the document is still in a preliminary working stage and both expert and political negotiations are yet to take place.
Key statement: A process for the production of a vulcanized elastomer composition, said process consisting in producing an aqueous dispersion containing at least latex with a small particle size and a filler having undergone a mechanical working stage and conventional vulcanization ingredients, in drying said dispersion and then vulcanizing it in a mold under pressure without subjecting said dried aqueous dispersion to mechanical working.
However, as a working stage manager, I have to toss in my few cents on the regular forgetfulness of our role in the generative process of art-making.
JS Wright will be working stage by stage on prefabricated pods incorporating bedrooms with showers, kitchens and communal areas for both developments, which are scheduled for completion in August 2007.
Teetering on the Edge Working Stage, West Hollywood, through Oct.
By 1972, he was a working stage actor playing dates in Germany and Austria, particularly with the Schauspielhaus Hamburg theater and its director Peter Zadek.
To accomplish that laudable goal, the ADA divides the employment process into three distinct stages: the application/interview stage; the postconditional offer stage; and the working stage.
Deputy Head of Rosatom for International Cooperation, Nikolai Spassky, said that negotiations to construct new energy blocks at Bushehr were at the working stage.
Visitors to the 2013 Hermle Open House held in Gosheim, Germany, earlier this year were quite amazed when, after roughly 20 hours of machining, an approximately half-metre-high Boris was "born once the supporting residual material had been removed from the legs and antennae during the final working stage.