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plinth

 [plinth]
1. a padded table for a patient to sit on or lie on while performing exercises, receiving a massage, or undergoing other physical therapy treatments.
2. a waterproof table used in a hydrotherapy tub to facilitate exercise and movement in the water.

plinth

(plinth) [Gr. plinthos, squared stone, tile]
A table, seat, or apparatus on which a patient lies or sits while doing remedial exercise or undergoing examination.
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A United source told People Sport: "We don't believe the plinth left Wembley with anyone connected to Manchester United.
Tickets are not required, and each session will take place from 2pm around the plinth on Stockton High Street.
New Hartley Community Association chairman Clive Raper added: "It's great to have this plinth which tells the story of the disaster.
The unveiling and blessing of the marble plinth is the second phase of an initiative led by Cllr Roy Gladden.
We request the city planners and architects to instil some sense of urgency and importance into installing a public art plinth in the Central Square showcase development.
Open the cupboard doors and look along the base of the unit just above the plinth and you should see a few screws that have been driven through the base of the unit into the plinth.
Rittal's flex block plinth is bayable, can provide reduced labour times by quick and easy assembly without tools; acts as a pallet preventing the need to double handle; enables the option for cable management/restrain within the base, freeing up space within the enclosure; strong with loads up to 15,000 N and a vented option is available, along with filters.
For years, the A-listed statue has been the target of students and revellers who climb the plinth to place a traffic cone on the monument outside the city's Gallery of Modern Art.
A bronze sculpture of a boy on a rocking horse and a giant bright blue cockerel will take their place on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.
Other notable artworks which have featured on the empty plinth have included Antony Gormley's One & Other last year, which saw 2,400 people taking the space for an hour to do what they wanted.
Drill 4 holes in each corner on your pencil marks, this will allow you to get the jigsaw blade through the plinth and start cutting out the hole to fit the vent.
A different person had stood on the plinth every hour for 24 hours a day over 100 days.