In Théâtre, all articles present in Scène other than the Décor S are called additional . The pieces of furniture and other large objects are accessories of decoration. The objects handled by the actors during the spectacle are accessories of play. The accessories which an actor carries on his own person, like a pipe, a watch or a range, are called personal accessories. During the spectacle, these various accessories are managed by the Régisseur plate, or by the Accessoiriste S.
Other fieldsApart from this context, the accessories can be related to an main object, or separate.
Thus, in the field Automobile the windshield wipers of a vehicle are fixed accessories, whereas the cigar-lighter is removable.
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