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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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stagingstag‧ing /ˈsteɪdʒɪŋ/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]APT when a play is performed on stage a modern-dress staging of ‘Hamlet’2 [uncountable]TB a flat raised surface that is put up for a short time for people to stand and work on
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stagingTherefore, careful staging of embryos is critical to the interpretation of any experiment.Critics have praised Schneider's dramatic staging.It will feature colourful costumes, elaborate staging and quality lighting.Howard Davies's superb new staging at the National's Olivier Theatre does the play proud.Look at the cost of staging and shelving as well as automatic ventilators, insulation and shading materials.This should be done by some progressive staging.The sound of footsteps on the wooden floor of the staging was faint but distinct.Tumour staging was dependant upon the histological features and the clinical findings at the time of resection.Don't entirely rule out the ultimate staging of a joint men's and women's event.
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