A covering fixed over a bed, dais, or the like, or carried on poles over an exalted personage or a sacred object, etc. chiefly as a mark of honor.
To cover with, or as with, a canopy.
The part of any stand of trees represented by the tree crowns; canopies may occur in layers.
Fixture part that covers an outlet box.
The Canopy project is an initiative to merge and expand the functionality of Perl-speaks-NONMEM , Census, Xpose and PopED. The goal is to produce a coherent, inclusive and convenient platform for pharmacometric data analysis.
An ornamental projection, over a door, window, niche, etc.
Also, a rooflike covering, supported on pillars over an altar, a statue, a fountain, etc.
A shallow projecting roof, bracketed or cantilevered, ornamenting a doorway, win dow, niche, or throne.
A fabric covering typically attached to a frame above the bed.
Inside part of a tester
A fabric covering at the top of a window.
a classic piece that is the perfect finishing touch to this elegant crib bedding
The part of a fixture that mounts to the ceiling or wall and covers the junction box to which the fixture attaches.
An awning or covering ledge that extends over the top of grocery fixtures. It may have lights or signs to draw attention to the products on display below.
An awning style generally used to extend over sidewalks and entrances. Can be either a mansard shape or resembling a half-barrel.
The construction of fabric and lines used to land safely after a freefall. Modern parachutes are not round but elliptical in shape. Every jumper carries two: the main and reserve, stowed in the same container.
the umbrella-like part of a parachute that fills with air
the expanding part of a parachute.
What skydivers call their parachute
Another name used to describe a paraglider wing.
Another name for the wing. (Chute, Paraglider...)
the paraglider, also known as the wing
a must-have, especially in glaring sunlight or inclement weather
Large algae which raise above the seabed to absorb the sunlight
The roof-type structure above Metrorail Station entrances or above bus stations/terminals usually to protect the entryway or customers from inclement weather.