Recent Examples of bookcase from the Web
Hot Properties The kitchen opens into a breakfast area and the remodeled family room, which features a striking coffered ceiling, built-in bookcases and a gas fireplace.
This kind of thing has been going on since 1989, when TIGHAR’s first expedition to Nikumaroro yielded a metal bookcase that, Gillespie was convinced, came from Earhart’s plane.
The rear seat folded 60/40 for more hauling flexibility, although the sedan body style limited the overall size of objects carried – a tall, thin bookcase would fit, but a small recliner would be difficult if not impossible.
The main dining room seats 145 people, and a cozy room with a round table and walls of bookcases — called the Chef’s Library — seats 8 people for smaller gatherings and special occasions.
The threat came after Chapman’s son was pushed into a bookcase at school, causing minor head injuries that had to be treated at a local hospital, the Tribune reports.
Not a molecule of dust has settled on the carmine sofas and cherrywood bookcases and desktop tableaux of 19th-century objets.
Sofas, tables, bookcases, mattresses and carpeting sat in piles in front of many homes, as owners ripped out dry wall or hosed down muddy surfaces.
On photo styling Composing a photo is just like arranging a bookcase.
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Definition of bookcase for English Language Learners
: a piece of furniture with shelves to hold books
BOOKCASE Defined for Kids
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