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Small Furniture Dolly


small furniture dolly
    furniture
  • 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
  • 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.
    small
  • the slender part of the back
  • Small items of clothing, esp. underwear
  • limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"
  • on a small scale; "think small"
    dolly
  • A small platform on wheels used for holding heavy objects, typically film or television cameras
  • conveyance consisting of a wheeled support on which a camera can be mounted
  • conveyance consisting of a wheeled platform for moving heavy objects
  • An attractive and stylish young woman, usually with connotations of unintelligence
  • doll: a small replica of a person; used as a toy
  • A child's word for a doll
small furniture dolly - Universal Rolling
Universal Rolling Cart for 32" - 60" Flat Panel Screens, with Metal Shelf (Black)
Universal Rolling Cart for 32" - 60" Flat Panel Screens, with Metal Shelf (Black)
The new SmartMount SR560M Flat Panel TV Cart offer the most complete mobile solutions for any application. These versatile presentation carts allow you to hold meetings with A/V support or simply to display information. Their full line of accessories enable cart to be fully tailored to meet your specific requirements. Whether video conferencing from a boardroom or presenting on a trade show floor, Peerless Flat Panel TV Cart is the solutions you need.
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Manufacturer: Peerless Industries, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number: SR560M

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The Whaley House Museum
The Whaley House Museum
From Wikipedia: The Whaley House is a museum and historic landmark located in Old Town, San Diego. It is also believed by some to be a haunted house. A number of supernatural events have been reported by staff, guests and various others passing the house. The Haunted Whaley House was once a place where a family lived and called home. Thomas Whaley, Scots-Irish origin, was born on October 5, 1823 in New York City. Thomas Whaley was the youngest of his brothers John and Henry Whaley. He also had a sister named Harriet. After taking over his father’s successful business relations, Thomas Whaley left New York on January 1, 1849. During the Gold Rush, he arrived in San Francisco where he did more business then left and arrived in Old Town San Diego in September of 1851. After living in San Diego for two years, Thomas went back to New York to marry Anna Eloise Delaunay on August 14, 1853. Together they left New York and started a new life in California arriving in San Diego on December 7, 1853. On August 22, 1857 The Whaleys moved into their finely built home, known as The Whaley House. The Whaley House is located in Old Town San Diego, California. The historic house opened as a museum on May 25th 1960. Now, the Whaley house is one of southern California’s most popular tourist attractions. The two-story Greek Revival house was designed by Thomas Whaley himself and built in 1857. The cost of the house was $10,000. It was made from bricks from Whaley’s own brickyard on Conde Street. The house was the first of its kind in San Diego. Whaley boasted, "My new house, when completed, will be the handsomest, most comfortable and convenient place in town or within 150 miles of here."[cite this quote] Thomas Whaley's new house was known as the finest in Southern California. The house was furnished with mahogany and rosewood furniture, Brussels carpets, damask drapes and was contemplated as a mansion for its time and place. The residence became the gathering place for San Diego. Besides being the Whaley family home, it was also San Diego’s first commercial theater, the county courthouse, and a general store. In 1868, The theater was located in a bedroom up stairs. It had a small stage and small benches allowing the capacity of the room to be 150. The operator of the theatre, Tanner Troupe, died within 17 days of the opening of the theatre. The Whaley house also served as the county courthouse in 1869. For 65 dollars a month, the county of San Diego leased the courtroom and three of the upstairs bed rooms. Another part of the Whaley house history was the Whaley & Crosthwaite General Store which was a wholesale and retail store. According to the Travel Channel’s America’s Most Haunted, out of all the haunted houses in the United States, the Whaley House is the number one most haunted. The Whaley house was haunted even before the house was built and the family moved in. The first ghost to be reported was the ghost of James “Yankee Jim” Robinson who was hanged in 1852. He was hanged on the property that was used as a gallows before Thomas Whaley purchased the property and built the house. According to the San Diego Union, after the Whaley family moved in, they heard the sound of heavy footsteps moving around the house and concluded that these footsteps were made by “Yankee Jim”. Years later, many visitors to the house said that they saw the ghost of Thomas Whaley. A former keeper of the house mentioned that a little girl waved to a man who was standing in the parlor, but others did not see the man; he added “But often children’s sensitivity is greater than an adult’s.”[cite this quote] Moreover, four family members of the Whaleys died in the house including Anna Whaley. The ghost of Anna Whaley has been seen by visitors in the garden or in the rooms located downstairs. Furthermore, some visitors claimed that they have seen an apparition of a woman in the courtroom, but the description of her did not fit any of the Whaleys. In the 1960s, psychic, Sybil Leek, felt a presence of a girl. She was described as the great grand-daughter of Thomas Whaley, Marion Reynolds, who ingested ant poison. She is known to grab people’s arms. Not only is Whaley House a home for the family even after they had died, it is also a home for their dog. A spirit of a dog was captured; it is said[vague] that the dog was a spotted fox terrier; the apparition of the dog was caught running into the dining room in the house. The Whaley family used to own a terrier named Dolly Varden when they were still alive. The dog died of natural causes and is said to lick the bare legs of women and is mostly seen by children.
A teeny-tiny dresser for all your teeny-tiny dolly family members
A teeny-tiny dresser for all your teeny-tiny dolly family members
This is my first attempt at shooting anything from my Re-Ment collection. I didn't intentionally opt for a larger item over smaller ones, I wanted to post pics of my Re-Ment dresser because I have a question about it... If you also have a Re-Ment dresser (in either colour), were you able to open the back of yours, where the batteries are supposed to go? I have no problem unscrewing (and removing) the tiny screw, but no matter what I do I can't seem to do, I can't get the plastic battery cover to open up! I'm concerned that if I apply too much force or pry at it too hard, I might accidentally break the dresser. I'd love to be able to put batteries inside though, and welcome any suggestions on what I might be able to do to open this cute little dresser up.

small furniture dolly
small furniture dolly
Total Trolley 4in1 Moving Dolly Cart Ladder Hand Truck
Total Trolley is an amazing 4-in-1 hand truck, dolly, trolley, and ladder in a lightweight and easy to store package.
It replaces several household items and you don't have to worry about hauling out everything in your garage just to complete one chore.
Total Trolley fits easily in the trunk of a car or the bed of a trunk.
Why spend hundreds of dollars on several pieces of equipment when you can get everything you need in the incredible Total Trolly?
It replaces several household items and stores easily, saving you hundreds of dollars and closet and garage space.
Total Trolley holds up to 800 pounds of weight, yet its small and light enough to fit almost anywhere.
Use it every day in every way!

Includes:
* 4-In-1 Total Trolly.
* 101 Uses Booklet.
* Bungee cords.

Features:
* Its a hand truck
* Its a dolly
* Its a trolley
* Its a step ladder
All in one!

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