Frame - General

General

  • Bed frame
  • Climbing frame, a children's attraction in parks
  • Distribution frame in telecommunications
  • Eyeglass frame
  • Frame, for definition of terms "frames" in games: bowling and snooker
  • Frame (beehive), a structural element that holds honeycomb
  • Frame (dance), a connection between lead and follow in partner dancing
  • Frame (magazine), design magazine from the Netherlands
  • Framing (social sciences), terminology used in communication theory and sociology, where it relates to the contextual presentation of media content
  • Frame tale, a narrative technique, for telling stories within a story
  • Frameup, to make an innocent party appear guilty of someone else's crime
  • Picture frame, a solid border around a picture or painting
  • Spinning frame
  • Water frame

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