Recent Examples of vinyl from the Web
The interior will also feature exposed brick and Naugahyde vinyl booths, as well as flat-screen TVs and pub games like shuffleboard.
An industry standard double fence, coated in black vinyl, is being installed in phases to manage annual capital outlays, according to a memo concerning the bid.
Items include DVDs, Blu-ray, books on CD, CDs, vinyl and VHS tapes.
Among the things lining the walls are 45-rpm vinyl records.
The devastation inflicted by Harvey will require workers to tear up the entire vinyl flooring, cut away up to four feet off the walls and apply an antimicrobial treatment to everything, officials explained.
In addition to streaming, the album will also be available in CD and glow-in-dark vinyl (which will be available October 27), each containing a poster unique to the format.
In Jack Carr’s one-bedroom apartment, his living room floor had accumulated so much water that the vinyl planks swelled up a few inches above the ground.
Josh has his own vinyl collection stacked up and playing.
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Origin and Etymology of vinyl
First Known Use: 1863See Words from the same year
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medical Definition of vinyl
vinylicplay \vī-ˈnil-ik\ adjective
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