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As the motor uses energy, the level of charge in the battery is indicated by four LEDs embedded in the footboard.
Berkey & Gay, a delightful Grand Rapids, Mich., factory, featured its walnut and oak beds with a burled veneer that echoed the tall headboards and lowered footboards of the Victorian influence.
The monitor can detect the difference between a horizontal patient patting the footboard of the bed or a vertical patient aiming to stand.
The rug's engaging diamond pattern anchors the woody tones and echoes the X design in the bed's footboard.
There were scratches on the bed's footboard, which had moved 6 inches from the wall.
After purchasing his own freedom in 1826, Boyd invented a corded bed created with wooden rails connected to the headboard and footboard.
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Definition of footboard for English Language Learners
: an upright board at the foot of a bed
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