Difference between revisions of "Wing"

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(Anthropology) Same as barb. Source: LITHICS-Net, Glossary of Lithics Terminology
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(Architecture)
 
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#A lateral part or projection of a building or structure such as a wing wall.
 
#A lateral part or projection of a building or structure such as a wing wall.
#A subordinate part of a building possibly not connected to the main building.[60]
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#A subordinate part of a building possibly not connected to the main building.
 
#The sides of a stage (theatre).
 
#The sides of a stage (theatre).
 
  
 
(Dance) It is a step similar to a pick-up except the feet scrape out directly sideways and brush back into a parallel position. There are many variations of this step such as double-wings, one-footed wings, and maxie-ford wings.
 
(Dance) It is a step similar to a pick-up except the feet scrape out directly sideways and brush back into a parallel position. There are many variations of this step such as double-wings, one-footed wings, and maxie-ford wings.
 
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Latest revision as of 13:13, 10 September 2019

(Anthropology) Same as barb. Source: LITHICS-Net, Glossary of Lithics Terminology

(Architecture)

  1. A lateral part or projection of a building or structure such as a wing wall.
  2. A subordinate part of a building possibly not connected to the main building.
  3. The sides of a stage (theatre).

(Dance) It is a step similar to a pick-up except the feet scrape out directly sideways and brush back into a parallel position. There are many variations of this step such as double-wings, one-footed wings, and maxie-ford wings. Source: User Submission

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