dado

Lower part of an interior wall, often decorated with arcading.
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dado

[n] - the section of a pedestal between the base and the surbase 2. [n] - a rectangular groove cut into a board so that another piece can fit into it
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dado

continuous border round the lower part of a wall decorated with painted plaster
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Dado

The area of external wall usually below damp proof course level often having an alternative finish to the brickwork or roughcast on the sections above damp course level.
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Dado

Panels fixed to the lower half of internal walls.
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Dado

Panels fixed to the lower half of internal walls.
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Dado

The area of a wall below window sill level, sometimes decorated with blind arcading and surmounted by a string course.
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Dado

Da'do noun ; plural Dadoes . [ Italian dado die, cube, pedestal; of the same origin as English die , noun See Die , noun ] (Architecture) (a) That part of a pedestal included between the base and the cornice (or surbas...
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dado

verb cut a dado into or fit into a dado
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dado

verb provide with a dado; `The owners wanted to dado their dining room`
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dado

noun panel forming the lower part of an interior wall when it is finished differently from the rest of the wall
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Dado

• (n.) In any wall, that part of the basement included between the base and the base course. See Base course, under Base. • (n.) In interior decoration, the lower part of the wall of an apartment when adorned with moldings, or otherwise specially decorated. • (n.) That part of a pedestal included between the base and the cornice (or ...
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dado

in Classical architecture, the plain portion between the base and cornice of the pedestal of a column and, in later architecture, the paneled, ...
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Dado

[painter] Dado (born as Miodrag Đurić, 1933–2010), was a Yugoslavian-born artist who spent most of his life and creative career in France. He is particularly known as a painter but was also active as an engraver, drawer, book illustrator and sculptor. ==Early life and education (1933–1955)== Djuric was born on October 4, 1933, in Ceti...
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Dado

In architecture, a dado is that part of a pedestal included between the base and the cornice (or surbase), and in a wall, that part of the basement included between the base and the base course. In interior decoration, the dado is the lower part of the wall of an apartment when adorned with mouldings, or otherwise specially decorated.
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DADO

Daniel Warr, also known as Mon Oncle le bossu or DADO, is a street performer, magician and clown. He was born in Montreal and raised in Edmonton, Canada. He has been performing professionally under the stage name DADO for the past 14 years, with a repertoire of clown, magic and mime. Mostly self-taught in the arts of Vaudevillian performance, he h...
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Dado

- A groove cut into a board or panel intended to receive the edge of a connecting board or panel.
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DADO

Stock cube.
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Dado

[Joinery] The times of services at St Andrews by the Wardrobe in London. Photographed April 2005. ...
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Dado

[joinery] A dado (US and Canada), housing (UK) or trench (Europe) is a slot or trench cut into the surface of a piece of machinable material, usually wood. When viewed in cross-section, a dado has three sides. A dado is cut across, or perpendicular to, the grain and is thus differentiated from a groove which is cut with, or parallel to, the...
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Dado

[architecture] In architectural parlance, the dado is the lower part of a wall, below the dado rail and above the skirting board. The word is borrowed from Italian meaning `die` (as an architectural term) or plinth. ==Decorative treatment== This area is dramatically given a decorative treatment different from that for the upper part of the ...
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Dado

Stone treatment on interior walls which does not extend to the ceiling, often ornamented.
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Dado

Mid section of a pedestal, between base and cornice
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Dado

A groove cut into a board or panel intended to receive the edge of a connecting board or panel.
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dado

large wooden moulding along bottom of wall
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