wall system


Definition of wall system 

: a set of shelves often with cabinets or bureaus that can be variously arranged along a wall

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The floors are terrazzo, which doesn’t support bacterial growth, while a stainless-steel wall system is easy to keep sterile and can be adjusted to accommodate new equipment. Laura Landro, WSJ, "The Operating Room of the Future," 28 May 2018 According to a new survey, 89 percent of Border Patrol agents say a wall system in strategic vocations is necessary to secure the border. Fox News, "Hannity: President Trump takes bold action on the border," 3 Apr. 2018 The wall system, Mosaic, covers everything from bookcases and dressers to credenzas and floating workstations. Jenny Xie, Curbed, "New furniture company marries high-end design with direct-to-consumer convenience," 19 Mar. 2018 Installing a slat wall system using track wall channels, like this system by Gladiator, along the garage is very functional. Krista Soriano, Popular Mechanics, "How to Upgrade Your Garage in 8 Days (Or Less)," 28 Sep. 2017 Part of the retaining wall system that runs below Egasuk Street was also weakened by the storm. Alaska Dispatch News, "Autumn storm that battered Utqiaġvik coastline caused more than $10 million in damage," 9 Oct. 2017

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1968, in the meaning defined above

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