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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DROP CURTAIN

Emma let the drop curtain fall and took Barbara and baby Emma on her side.

The drop curtain was up, showing a pretty English country scene.

The night is velvet black, a drop curtain against which is thrown the star-pricked map of the city.

In one direction the wet perspective of the avenue appeared as empty as a street scene on a drop curtain.

The orchestra had already commenced the prelude to a vaudeville turn, and the drop curtain had revealed the stage.

Barbara had kept the drop curtain down, and Joe, Carlyle and Alfred, on one side of it.

Among the agreeable novelties is a drop curtain of real cloth, instead of the usual painted draperies.

He then proceeded to take a survey of the front of the house through the peep-hole in the drop curtain.

The stage was supplied with all the accessories: wings, flies, arches, and drop curtain.

As for the prompter, there being no hole under the stage for him, he stood behind the drop curtain.

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