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n. Architecture
A narrow border, molding, or fillet. Also called list2.

[French, from Italian listello, diminutive of lista, border, of Germanic origin.]
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(Architecture) another name for fillet8
[C16: via French from Italian listello, diminutive of lista band, list2]
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(ˈlɪs tl)

a narrow architectural band or molding; fillet.
[1590–1600; < Middle French < Italian listello, diminutive of lista band; see list1]
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WG.705 can be equipped with the keyboard onboard, integrated in the frame to simplify all operations of calibration and management, and with the fixed or movable workboard with listels or pistons.
To supplement the line, there are a variety of 5 by 30 cm large trim pieces and listels sized 1.5 by 30 cm, wall trim and skirting with matching corner trim, a corner trim system made from metal in 90 cm lengths as well as skirting with the Villeroy & Boch signature.
The medium format 42.5[cm.sup.2] tiles are complemented by smaller formats including 21x42.5cm and 2.5x42.5cm decorative listels (borders).