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n. The paintings and hangings representing the scenes of a play the representation of the place, whether in-doors or out of doors, with its accessories and surroundings, in which any action is supposed to have occurred;-the whole arrangement or disposition of the characters, actions, and incidents in a work of fiction;-the appearance of a locality, or of the different objects seen in conjunction in any particular locality ; the prominent points or features of a landscape; also, the pictorial representation of a landscape as accessories in historical, genre, or portrait painting.
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