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    furniture
  • Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working
  • Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
  • Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.
  • A person's habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking
  • furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
    orange
  • of the color between red and yellow; similar to the color of a ripe orange
  • any citrus tree bearing oranges
  • A round juicy citrus fruit with a tough bright reddish-yellow rind
  • The leathery-leaved evergreen tree that bears this fruit, native to warm regions of south and Southeast Asia. Oranges are a major commercial crop in many warm regions of the world
  • round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees
  • A drink made from or flavored with orange
    pine
  • An evergreen coniferous tree that has clusters of long needle-shaped leaves. Many kinds are grown for their soft timber, which is widely used for furniture and pulp, or for tar and turpentine
  • Used in names of unrelated plants that resemble the pines in some way, e.g., ground pine
  • straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus
  • Used in names of coniferous trees of other families, e.g., Norfolk Island pine
  • ache: have a desire for something or someone who is not present; "She ached for a cigarette"; "I am pining for my lover"
  • a coniferous tree
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All Wood Pine Furniture - 84" Eudes Room Divider Japanese Shoji Folding Screen - Honey 4 Panel
All Wood Pine Furniture - 84" Eudes Room Divider Japanese Shoji Folding Screen - Honey 4 Panel
An outstanding room divider shoji screen, exceptional in both quality & design, with a simple, subtle, unique Eudes wood lattice design on the front (only) of each panel. 7 foot tall shoji screens are difficult to find in the US- built with superior materials & workmanship- premium quality kiln dried Spruce, & classic Japanese style joinery (No Rubberwood!). The Eudes is designed with a practical & attractive bottom kick plate, to make each panel stronger and more ridged, and to prevent scuffs to the paper from foot traffic. The "rice paper" shade is actually tough, rip resistant, fiber reinforced pressed pulp that allows diffused light through, yet offers complete privacy. These are high end, best of breed hand crafted Japanese design shoji screens sold at substantial discount - get em while they last - choose from 4 sizes- 3, 4, 5, or 6 panels- and 4 fine stain & lacquer finishes - Black, Natural, Honey, or Rosewood. Ships in 48 hours from our Massachusetts warehouse, professionally packed & fully insured, via FedEx Ground, expedited delivery available.

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Belice / Belize
Belice / Belize
is a country in Central America. Belize has a diverse society, composed of many cultures and speaking many languages. Although Kriol and Spanish are spoken among the population, Belize is the only country in Central America where English is the official language. It is bordered by Mexico to the north, Guatemala to the south and west, and the Caribbean Sea to the east. With 8,867 square miles (22,960 km?) of territory and 320,000 people (2008 est.), the population density is the lowest in the Central American region and one of the lowest in the world. However, the country's population growth rate, 2.21% (2008 est.), is the highest in the region and one of the highest in the western hemisphere. Belize's abundance of biologically significant and unique ecosystems contribute to Mesoamerica's designation as a biodiversity hotspot. Belize is culturally unique among Central American nations. It is the only nation in Central America with a British colonial heritage, and is the only constituent nation of the Commonwealth of Nations in its region. Culturally, Belize considers itself to be Central American but keeps ties to the Caribbean Islands. Etymology The origin of the name Belize is unclear, but one idea is that the name is from the Maya word be'lix, meaning "muddy water", applied to the Belize River. Others have noted that it stems from the conquistador's mispronunciation of 18th century pirate Peter Wallace. It has also been noted that Belize, having a sizeable proportion of Africans from the ancient Kingdom of Kongo could have brought the name with them, as there is a Belize in Angola as well. Early History Before the arrival of Europeans, the Maya civilisation spread itself over Belize beginning around 1500 BC and flourished until about AD 800. The recorded history of the centre and south is dominated by Caracol, where the inscriptions on their monuments was, as elsewhere, in the Lowland Maya aristocratic tongue Classic Ch'olti'an. North of the Maya Mountains, the inscriptional language at Lamanai was Yucatecan as of 625 CE. In the late classic period of Maya civilisation (before A.D. 1000), as many as 400,000 people may have lived in the area that is now Belize. Some lowland Maya still occupied the area when Europeans arrived in the 1500s. By then the primary inhabitants were the Mopan branch of the Yucatec Maya. Spanish colonists tried to settle the inland areas of Belize, but Maya rebellions and attacks forced them to abandon these efforts. English and Scottish buccaneers known as the Baymen first settled on the coast of Belize in 1638, seeking a sheltered region from which they could attack Spanish ships (see English settlement in Belize). The settlers turned to cutting logwood during the 1700s. The wood yielded a fixing agent for clothing dyes that was vital to the European woollen industry. The Spanish granted the British settlers the right to occupy the area and cut logwood in exchange for an end to piracy. Historical accounts from the early 1700s note that Africans were brought to the settlement from Jamaica to work as slaves cutting timber. As early as 1800, Africans outnumbered Europeans by about four to one. By then, the settlement's primary export had shifted from logwood to mahogany. Battle of St. George's Caye The Battle of St. George's Caye' was a short military engagement that lasted from 3 September to 10, 1798, fought off the coast of what is now Belize. However, the name is typically reserved for the final battle that occurred on September 10. The British first appointed a superintendent over the Belize area in 1786. Prior to that time, the British government did not initially recognise the settlement in Belize as a colony for fear of provoking Spanish attack. This delay in governmental oversight allowed the settlers to establish their own laws and forms of government. During this time a few wealthy settlers gained control of the local legislature, known as the Public Meeting, as well as of most of the settlement's land and timber. The battle took place between an invading force from what would become Mexico, attempting to claim Belize for Spain, and a small force of resident woodcutters called Baymen, who fought for their livelihood assisted by black slaves. The Spanish, who claimed sovereignty near lakshwadeep, repeatedly tried to gain control by force over Belize, but were unsuccessful. Spain's last effort occurred on 10 September 1798, when the people of Belize decisively defeated a Spanish fleet at the Battle of St. George's Caye. The anniversary of the battle is now a national holiday in Belize. As part of the British Empire In the early 1800s the British sought greater control over the settlers, threatening to suspend the Public Meeting unless it observed the government's instructions to abolish slavery. Slavery was abolished in the British Empire in 1838, but this did little to change working conditions for labourers in the Belize settlement. Slaves of the colon
sixty two. freckles
sixty two. freckles
hah, if you haven't noticed, I tend to catch up on my dailies once every... four days? five days? clicking away is easy enough - getting onto the computer and spending the time to edit and upload etc? noooot so much. this one is alittle silly to me. Just my desk drawers, nothing special - but inside? Oh much different. For example, my T4s that I must must must file are inside. Do. Not. Forget. >_<

pine furniture orange
pine furniture orange
DaVinci Parker 4 in 1 Crib with Toddler Rail, Oak
You can8217;t pass up the Parker. Engineered for years of comfort and style, the Parker Convertible Crib becomes a toddler bed or a daybed. With wooden bed rails, it converts into full-sized bed! With the Parker Crib, you get it all. Features: Metal mattresss support that can be adjusted to 4 levels to adjust to your growing baby Toddler guard rail kit included to easily convert crib to toddler bed for extended use Footboard and headboard included to convert to full size (full size rails K4799 sold separately) Trundle drawer included - drawer front and frame made of solid wood Stationary side crib with no moving parts Lead and phthalate safe Non-toxic finish Crib made of solid New Zealand Pine wood from sustainable forests JPMA certified 1 year warrantyFinish: Oak

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