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Definition of the noun coulisse
What does coulisse mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: coulisses
- a flat situated in the wings
- a timber member grooved to take a sliding panel
Alternative definition of the noun coulisse
- a piece of timber having a groove in which something glides
- a side scene of the stage in a theater or the space between the side scenes.
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The Plan, the Product, the Process by Melissa G. Carr, Lisa Hopkins Newell
Coulisse is a window treatment design studio that has an office space where it finds the latest trends and creates fashionable window treatments.A leased studio space, however, should only be considered once the business is growing.
by Nicholas Freeman
A coulisse is the 11 space between pieces of ...
Mining and Scientific Press (1911)
The Coulisse is the Parisian outside, resembling the New York Curb, but to a certain extent under the protection of the Paris Bourse. It is said that some 150,000 shares of Utah have been sold to the French public, in lots averaging between ...
by William George Cordingley
COULISSE. — The unofficial market on the Paris Bourse, consisting of the Coulissiers, ...
by Stuart Valentine
See also COULISSE. The word is also used in Italy to refer to the circular trading ring in which the trading of securities takes place. corner. To purchase, or otherwise gain control of, the supply of a commodity or shares in order to restrict supply ...
by Emily Freeman Brown
coulisse, It. pompa movile a coulisse, Sp. bomba de afinación.) Zugabe! (Ger.) Encore! (Fr., It., Sp. Bis!) Zugposaune. (Ger.) Slide trombone. (Fr. trombone á coulisse, It. trombone a tiro, Sp. trombón de varas.) ...
Originally Published as ÒFrom Keel to TruckÓ by Captain Heinrich Paasch
go-ahead crosshead — Coulisse de tête de bielle. Guide, crosshead— go-astern »pump— »—shoe »valve rod— Heater (of boiler). »super—door »super—joint Surchauffeur. Porte de surchauffeur. Joint de surchauffeur. Dampfüberhitzer.
by Sir Robert Harry Inglis Palgrave
COTTON LISTS— COULISSE COUNCIL BILLS COUNTERVAILING DUTY— COUNTY COUNCIL. 441 (1868-69), show the average yearly exports of cotton, linen, and woollen piece goods during the seven years preceding the cotton famine, ...
A Dictionary of the Architecture and Archaeology of the Middle Ages: including ... biographical notices of ancient architects ... Illustrated by numerous engravings by J. Le Keux (1838)
Po RTc ULLIS, Po Ritcho Llis, porte-coulisse, Fr., from couler, to flow, or slip down; coulisse signifying a groove, or gutter; a strong frame-work of timber, resembling the agricultural instrument called a harrow, having a row of iron spikes at 374 ...
by John Henry Parker
Killesse, also Cullis, Coulisse (Fr.), a gutter, groove, or channel; whence the term Port-coulisse or Port-cullie, a gate sliding down in a groove. This term is in some districts corruptly applied to a hipped roof by country carpenters, who speak of a ...
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Scrabble value of C3O1U1L1I1S1S1E1
The value of this 8-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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