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gradin

(ˈɡreɪdɪn) or

gradine

n
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a ledge above or behind an altar on which candles, a cross, or other ornaments stand
2. (Architecture) one of a set of steps or seats arranged on a slope, as in an amphitheatre
[C19: from French, from Italian gradino, a little step, from grado step; see grade]
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Maintenance curative et prventive des perches, porteuses motorises et manuelles, portes coupe-feu, crans, mts tlescopiques, gradin mobile, rideaux de fer, quipes manuelles, etc.
No obstante, no coincido en que la "interactividad" sea un requisito excluyente del genero, como se vera en particular en la obra de Gradin que comento.
Before that, he was a director in the Enlargement DG, deputy head of cabinet of former Commission Vice-President Gunter Verheugen, and a member of the cabinet of Anita Gradin, the first Swedish commissioner.
BRISTOL CITY: Heaton 9, Foster 5, Fontaine 6, Bates 6, Bryan 6, Adomah 7, Elliott 6, Danns 7 (Anderson 76), Kilkenny 6 (Reid 90), Pearson 5, Stead 6 (Davies 81) Goal: Davies 81 (pen) BLACKPOOL: Gilks 6, Baptiste 6, Cathcart 7, Evatt 7, Crainey 6, Basham 6, Gradin 6, Sylvestre 6, Ince 8, Phillips 6 (Dicko 75), Delfouneso 7 Goal: Ince 90 (pen) REF: Gavin Ward ATT: 12,009
The special committee members are Robert Knauss, Fredrik Gradin and Harold First.
Specially chosen by Nicholas Count von Zinzendorf, the leader of the renewed Moravian Church, Gradin arrived in Constantinople in July 1740 to seek a meeting with the Greek Orthodox patriarch.
La brasilena Braskem, del grupo Odebrecht, tiene un nuevo presidente ejecutivo: Bernardo Gradin, quien debera posicionar a la compania entre las diez mayores petroquimicas globales.
Gradin also portrays Hyde (of course), plus every other character in the piece.
The former Swedish EU commissionaire Anita Gradin is expected to suggest that the national day is made a public holiday next year and that one of the Whitsun holidays is abandoned.
Oral glucose is more effective than local anesthetic cream at reducing pain in newborns undergoing venipuncture, reported Maria Gradin, R.
With: Par Ericson, Med Reventberg, Elin Gradin, Axel Widegren, Bengt Bostrom, Ingela Flinta, Lars Broman.