Practical

Any object which must do onstage the same job that it would do in real life e.g. lamp post or telephone.

practical

[adj] - concerned with actual use or practice 2. [adj] - having or put to a practical purpose or use
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Practical

Capable of being used for its apparent function, as distinct from being merely decorative, e.g. a hinged door, a switch that actually controls a light, etc.
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Practical

Prac'ti·cal adjective [ Latin practicus active, Greek ... fit for doing or performing, practical, active, from ... to do, work, effect: confer French pratique , formerly also practique . Confer Pragmatic , Practice .] 1. Of or pertaining to practice or actio...
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practical

1. Of or pertaining to practice or action. ... 2. Capable of being turned to use or account; useful, in distinction from ideal or theoretical; as, practical chemistry. 'Man's practical understanding.' . 'For all practical purposes.' . ... 3. Evincing practice or skill; capable of applying knowledge to some useful end; as, a practical man; a practic...
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practical

adjective having or put to a practical purpose or use; `practical mathematics`; `practical applications of calculus`
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practical

adjective concerned with actual use or practice; `he is a very practical person`; `the idea had no practical application`; `a practical knowledge of Japanese`; `woodworking is a practical art`
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Practical

• (a.) Capable of being turned to use or account; useful, in distinction from ideal or theoretical; as, practical chemistry. • (a.) Of or pertaining to practice or action. • (a.) Derived from practice; as, practical skill. • (a.) Evincing practice or skill; capable of applying knowledge to some useful end; as, a practical man; a...
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Practical

Adjective used to describe properties or scenery which have to work as in real life when used; e.g. a practical ceiling light must actually light up when switched on by an actor.
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Practical

Any light that appears in the scene. (Lighting)
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Practical

A practical is any photo flood-type of bulb, used within the shot, in a household lamp or otherwise visible. The term practical is sometimes used interchangeably with photo flood, even though it specifically refers to a light used in the shot.
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practical

useful and realistic
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practical

one of Kant's three main standpoints, relating primarily to action -i.e., to what we desire to do as opposed to what we know or feel. Practical reason is a synonym for will; and these two terms are concerned with ques¬tions of morality. Finding the sources of such action is the task of the second Critique. (Cf. theoretical and judicial.)
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Practical

(Ger. praktisch) In Husserl: Of or pertaining to such conscious processes as reach fulfilment in behavior. -- D.C.
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Practical

Relating to praxis, or conduct. -- G.R.M.
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Practical

Adjective used to describe properties or scenery which have to work as in real life when used; e.g. a practical ceiling light must actually light up when switched on by an actor. Abbreviates to prac.
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