Echo stop

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(Mus.) a stop upon a harpsichord contrived for producing the soft effect of distant sound.

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He was also making a return visit to the Dingle's former Florence Institute for Boys - a former ECHO Stop the Rot target - to officially open the building after its PS6.
The CUC, once an ECHO Stop the Rot building, opened its doors in March 2008 after the grade II listed building underwent a pounds 16m regeneration after.
A FORMER ECHO Stop the Rot building will be converted into a night-time drinking venue as part of a pounds 4m project to revamp part of Liverpool city centre.
Six months ago, owner John Mc Kenzie apologised to ECHO Stop the Rot campaigners and pledged it would be brought back into use.
Last week's notice was served on developer Frenson for a Georgian terrace on the ECHO Stop the Rot list.
A CPO was served on Mr Wong last October with the council arguing regeneration of the Ropewalks area was being hampered by his inability to revamp the building, which is on the ECHO Stop the Rot hitlist.
The Friends of the Florrie group will continue its campaign to restore this local heritage building (which is on the ECHO Stop the Rot list) and hope the ECHO's call to local business and community sees the playground returned to use for the local children.
But building experts said the emblem of the ECHO Stop The Rot campaign could not be saved because of rotten floors.
The building became the emblem of the ECHO Stop the Rot Campaign dedicated to saving the city's decaying buildings.
The Casartelli building, which became the emblem of the ECHO Stop the Rot campaign, is beyond saving.