Legs

Vertical strips of fabric, usually black, used mainly for masking the sides of the stage.

Legs

Refers to a security or a market which has the capacity to continue an underlying trend.
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Legs

The viscous rivulets that run down the side of the glass after swirling or sipping, a mingling of glycerin and alcohol.
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Legs

Narrow curtains or cloth that hang vertically on the sides of the stage to mask the backstage area. Also called tormentors.
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Legs

When you swill wine in a glass, it leaves a liquid film on the inside of the glass. These 'tears' (as they can also be called) are the result of the difference in evaporation and capillary tension between the water and the alcohol, the latter evaporating much more quickly than the water. As water is the principal constituent, there will be more tea...
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Legs

Curtains used to cover the wings (qv).
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Legs

The tracks of liquid that cling to the sides of a glass after the contents have been swirled. Often said to be related to the alcohol or glycerol content of a wine. Also called tears.
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legs

noun staying power; `that old Broadway play really has legs`
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Legs

Legs is British slang for eleven.
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Legs

The tracks of liquid that cling to the sides of a glass after the contents have been swirled
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Legs

The `legs` of a film indicates how long the film generates an audience and profit on the market. However, the term usually applies only to films that endure for weeks
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Legs

Refers to a security or a market which has the capacity to continue an underlying trend.
Found on http://www.oasismanagement.com/glossary/

Legs

[Chinese constellation] The Legs mansion (奎宿, pinyin: Kuí Xiù) is one of the Twenty-eight mansions of the Chinese constellations. It is one of the western mansions of the White Tiger. ==Asterisms== ...
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Legs

Curtains used to cover the wings (qv).
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Legs

Vertical dimension stone used on sides of a fireplace opening.
Found on http://www.selectstone.com/architectural-resources/stone-glossary/

Legs

Refers to the viscous rivulets of wine that ease down the sides of the glass when the wine is swirled.
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Legs

A term used to describe how wine sticks to the inside of a wineglass after drinking or swirling.
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Legs

A coating on the inside of the wine glass, after being swirled, that separates into viscous-looking rivulets that slowly slide down the glass to the wine's surface. Legs generally indicate a rich, full-bodied wine.
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legs

The formation of drops that look like legs or tears (think crying) on the inside of the wine glass. This happens due to a complex relationship between surface tension of water and alcohol evaporation. Historically it has been thought that the style of tears (speed, width, etc) were connected to the viscosity and alcohol level in the wine. While win...
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Legs

The clear rivulets that run slowly down the inside of a glass after a wine has been swirled. Thicker, slower-moving legs indicate higher alcohol content of a rich wine.
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Legs

The viscous droplets that form and ease down the sides of the glass when the wine is swirled. A common misconception is that the formation of legs is due to its viscosity, when in fact it has more to do with a wine
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Legs

Term referring to the colorless droplets which form along the inside wall of a wine glass, just above the surface the wine.
Found on http://www.nebraskawines.com/wine-glossary/

Legs

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legs

English name (legs, also tears for tears) for the phenomenon of the swinging of the wine glass on the inner wall resulting Church window; look there.
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