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  • 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
  • Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
  • Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working
  • 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.
    buffet
  • a piece of furniture that stands at the side of a dining room; has shelves and drawers
  • strike against forcefully; "Winds buffeted the tent"
  • a meal set out on a buffet at which guests help themselves
  • A blow, typically of the hand or fist
  • A shock or misfortune
    fine
  • A sum of money exacted as a penalty by a court of law or other authority
  • money extracted as a penalty
  • all right: being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition; "an all-right movie"; "the passengers were shaken up but are all right"; "is everything all right?"; "everything's fine"; "things are okay"; "dinner and the movies had been fine"; "another minute I'd have been fine"
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Sale!!!! Miniature Miniature Handcarved Walnut Lattice Buffet
Sale!!!! Miniature Miniature Handcarved Walnut Lattice Buffet

Lattice Carved Buffet in solid walnut. Designed for the 1:12 scale miniature setting.
This heirloom beauty measures: 6 3/4 inches tall x 2 7/8 wide x 1 3/8 deep. The doors open to 2 shelves with 5/8 in tall clearance. The entire Buffet is hand carved - if you look closely at the pictures you will see the incredible detail on this piece. Table and chairs to match in my store. There are other pieces to match this work of art in my store under furniture. The pictures do not do it justice and it is on clearance while supplies last. Originally retailed for $129.99

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- Buffet - Orgue de tribune / Gallery organ - Église St-Roch - (Québec)
- Buffet - Orgue de tribune / Gallery organ - Église St-Roch - (Québec)
Orgue de tribune / Gallery organ Casavant, Opus 1732, 1942/1995 4 claviers manuels et pedalier / 4 manuals and pedal 85 jeux / stops, 114 rangs / ranks, 6,186 tuyaux / pipes Traction electro-pneumatique / Electro-pneumatic action Orgue de choeur / Chancel organ Compagnie Orgues Canadiennes / Canadian Organ Company, 1915 2 claviers et pedalier / 2 manuals and pedal 15 jeux / stops, 15 rangs / ranks Traction pneumatique-tubulaire / Pneumatic-tubular action [cliquer sur l'image ou ici pour obtenir une version agrandie] [click on the image or here to obtain a larger picture] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- L'eglise Des 1811, les habitants du faubourg Saint-Roch obtiennent l'autorisation de batir une chapelle. Ravagee par un incendie en 1816, elle est aussitot reconstruite sur les memes plans. La paroisse Saint-Roch, premiere paroisse a etre detachee de celle de Notre-Dame de Quebec, est erigee canoniquement en 1829. On entreprend a cette occasion l'amenagement interieur de l'eglise selon les plans de Thomas Baillairge. En raison du nombre croissant de fideles, l'eglise est agrandie en 1841 par le meme architecte et dotee d'une facade monumentale encadree de deux tours. A peine quatre ans plus tard, l'edifice est aneanti dans l'incendie qui devaste le faubourg. On reconstruit l'eglise sur les memes murs, entre 1845 et 1847, mais cette fois la nef est bordee de bas-cotes. Charles Baillairge, petit-cousin de Thomas, dessine les nouveaux clochers. L'architecture interieure, avec ses deux etages de galeries laterales, est realisee de 1848 a 1852 par Louis-Thomas Berlinguet, selon les plans de Raphael Giroux. Cette eglise monumentale domine le quartier tout au long de la seconde moitie du XIXe siecle, mais des 1880 architectes et experts s'accordent a dire qu'il faut la reconstruire. Ce n'est toutefois qu'en 1913 que la paroisse prend la decision de batir une eglise plus vaste et encore plus imposante. La fabrique retient a cette fin les services des architectes Eugene-Michel Talbot et J.-A.-T. Dionne, une firme de Saint-Roch. Ils proposent un style neomedieval a la nouvelle eglise, un style qui marie les styles roman et gothique, suivant en cela, les principes du mouvement rationaliste francais, inspire par l'architecture et les restaurations d'Eugene-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc. Le chantier debute en aout 1914 par la construction d'un nouveau presbytere. Cet edifice acheve, les travaux du gros oeuvre de l'eglise commencent l'annee suivante, au chevet de l'ancienne eglise, et s'effectuent en deux phases. On celebre les premiers offices religieux dans la nouvelle eglise des juillet 1917, et la construction de la partie avant s'amorce aussitot apres le demantelement de l'ancien temple en mai 1918. L'eglise, longue de 79,5 metres (261 pieds) et large de 33,3 metres (109 pieds), comporte une charpente d'acier revetue de granit sombre extrait des carrieres de Riviere-a-Pierre. Elle est surmontee de deux tours qui atteignent 45 metres (147 pieds) de hauteur. Malgre le deces de l'architecte Talbot, puis de l'entrepreneur, et en depit de la guerre, les travaux progressent. L'eglise est livree au culte en avril 1920, mais vu le cout eleve du chantier, l'interieur reste inacheve. En 1923, la fabrique fait appel a Louis-Napoleon Audet pour realiser l'architecture interieure. Il propose la suppression des grandes galeries laterales prevues dans le projet initial. L'interieur revele un espace ample forme de trois nefs de hauteur presque egale. Les murs sont revetus de pierre peignee, alors que la voute est recouverte de ciment sur treillis. L'architecte a recours a certains metiers artisanaux: menuiserie fine et sculptee (mobilier), mosaique (autels), fer forge (luminaire), et sculpture sur pierre. Le mobilier, realise en chene blanc par l'atelier Joseph Villeneuve et Fils, de Saint-Romuald, a ete entierement dessine par l'architecte Louis-Napoleon Audet. Les bancs sont installes en 1924 et le mobilier du sanctuaire est mis en place en 1925. Le maitre-autel et les autels lateraux en marbre proviennent des ateliers Daprato, de Chicago. La chaire et le banc d'oeuvre, en bois, ont ete sculptes en 1934 par Elzear Filion, suivant les plans de l'architecte. Les verrieres ont ete fabriquees par la maison Hobbs de Montreal et ont ete installees en 1929-1930, periode ou s'achevent les travaux a l'interieur de l'eglise. On y retrouve aussi quelques tableaux de maitres. L'eglise Saint-Roch a perdu de son importance visuelle dans le quartier depuis la construction d'un hotel sur le terrain avant de l'eglise et la construction du Mail centre-ville en 1974. Elle a failli ensuite fermer ses portes, faute de paroissiens pour subvenir a ses besoins. C'est finalement en 1984 que l'archeveque de Quebec a decide de maintenir cette paroisse. Avec la demolition partielle du Mail centre-ville en 2000 et le projet de revitalisation du secteur, le monument constitue l'une des pi
The Hooks will Bring You Back
The Hooks will Bring You Back
Back in Amsterdam, at a hotel down in the center right in the heart of city. So much in the heart that the manager has offered us free drinks at the bar to help us sleep. I am all good and tired, been up since 8, meetings and presentations that just dragged and I worked hard on keeping awake, the annoying part that I was dressed in a suit. I know it is good and looks formal, but the people are here for apresentation and only 2 or 3 people were talking the whole time. It was informative but there was a lot of stuff that was rehashed. Oh one thing that I noticed in Amsterdam that I never noticed before in all my trips was the hooks. The buildings here have these hooks sticking the top of the the building. It is very interesting since it allows the furniture or anything big to be hiked up the building. Oh, would like to recommend this place called Pasta e Basta. It is located at Nieuwe Spiegelstaat 8. It is an Italian restataurant and serves just 8 dishes of pasta, and an open anti pasta buffet. The Decor is really cool, but what does it for the place is that the waiters/waitresses sing. I am not sure if they are singers moonlighting as waitstaff or waitstaff moonlighting as singers. It gives a fun appeal for just to hang out and talk and here some live music as you eat some delicous pasta. I finished my book that I got yesterday It was a fun a simple read. I can't believe I went through a 200 pages in a day. I dont know what is with this country and reading. You can just finish books in a breeze here. One thing I been enjoying is talking to people about the World CUp coming up. Had dinner wish some Argentiants and that was a great time. Lots of laughs and stories. I really enjoy spending time with hispanics. They share a lot of stuff with the Arab culture and have a love for life and family. The guy said the most amusing thing. "I will marry my girlfriend when Argentina wins the World Cup" I plan to use that as my excuse for not being married but replace Aregentina with Kuwait. I think I would get slapped in the face, or the women in my family would pull some crazy strings and have Kuwait win the cup. Which also would be cool and if they can do that I can handle the marrige part. Oh the tirednerss is setting in. It is something about my shoes. I been so used to wearing my sandals and well sneakers. Wearing these dress shoesbeen really killing me. I was fine after my shower in the afternoon just relaxing in teh room, but once I got my shoes on and was in teh lobby the pain and feelings of ugh and like I been broken. Any ways time for bed.

fine furniture buffet
fine furniture buffet
Fine Asian Furniture & Décor - 40" Ming Black Lacquer & Gold Leaf Slant Front Cabinet
Beautiful Ming dynasty design drop 4 door slant front credenza cabinet, 100% kiln dried tropical Rosewood, classic east Asian joinery & cabinetry, all laquered brass hardware, stunning 12 coat gloss lacquer finish over 25ct. hammered gold leaf, finished inside & out, decorated w/ beautifully hand painted Ming design peacock & flowers motif, includes removable center shelf, ships in 48 hours, professionally packed fully insured from our Massachusetts warehouse via Fed Ex Freight, expedited delivery available, curbside delivery only.

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