Noun(1) a frame made of two hoops; used for embroidering(2) a drum
(1) He and his daughters set up a tambour room where the women and little girls were taught to tambour and, I imagine, where they later went to work each day as carrying a large frame from place to place would not be very convenient.(2) The wood tambour skirt is a popular chocolate fountain accessory that easily transforms a chocolate fountain into an elegant display.(3) Its wide arched opening with tambour doors is a notable detail sometimes found on furniture from the Salem area.(4) Without these sagacities, the brickwork of the tambour , in addition to taking a very long time so that the concrete could dry up and solidify, would surely have been too heavy to support the dome.(5) The practical significance of the tambour is that if you hit a shot off the sloped section (the ‘face’), it changes direction ninety degrees.(6) A very similar application of screw threads was used in the stretchers for tambour and tapestry frames, except that the stretching was applied to both directions of the canvas yarns.(7) She stoops over her heavy tambour frame, at work that fascinates her black spaniel dog, which stands with its forepaws on the front bar to watch her dexterity.(8) As the tambour (drum) was a spurned instrument, only the triangle could bring a strong support destined to accentuate the rhythms of the accordion dance.(9) Furthermore the angle of wall and floor and the peculiar hazard of the tambour (which diverts the ball across the court) makes an inexperienced player very uncertain in which direction a ball will travel.(10) The bedrooms each had a fitted wardrobe with a large mahogany sliding or tambour door (those in the smaller bedrooms concealing a vanity unit), which gave the rooms a tidy appearance and enabled them to be more simply furnished.(11) This artistic masterpiece of all time, which still dominates the panorama in Rome from wherever one looks, even from the sky, was built from the design by Michelangelo, who supervised the work on it until the completion of the tambour .(12) a tambour door(13) This special anniversary edition tambour mantel clock features decorative egg-and-dart molding that wraps around the base, and rare olive ash burl overlays accenting the front.(14) Such is the case with the labeled tambour desk-and-bookcase illustrated above, now safely in the Museum in Augusta.(15) All serving is done on one side while the other is called the ‘receiving’ or ‘hazard’ side due to the protruding tambour .(16) Floors jetty out, but are seemingly pulled back by the tambour shutters that make up the facade.
1. embroidery frame ::
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