Definition of furnishing
1 : an article or accessory of dress —usually used in plural
2 : an object that tends to increase comfort or utility; especially : an article of furniture for the interior of a building —usually used in plural
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During the 1990s, under the ownership of Spiegel Group, the company emphasized everything from women’s casual wear to dressier professional attire to home furnishings.
The furnishings and toys could be appropriate for any child, but here they are explained in terms of their developmental and therapeutic functions.
About three-fourths need a fresh coat of paint, new carpet, or new furnishings, and half need electrical upgrades to handle the demand for WiFi and electronics.
Every detail of these spaces integrates the UAH color scheme of charger blue into the walls, carpet and furnishings.
Miami-Dade would continue to own the Vizcaya property, its furnishings and valuable art collection.
When complete, the site will include the family’s original house, restored with period fixtures and furnishings, classroom space and a gallery to exhibit Castle’s work.
Supercenters, which Walmart began building in 1988, combine a grocery store with electronics, clothing, toys and home furnishings, and are typically about 182,000 square feet.
Some of the furnishings and equipment may be available for purchase.
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