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  2. Bookcase - Wikipedia

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    Shelves may be fixed or adjustable to different positions in the case. In rooms entirely devoted to the storage of books, such as libraries, they may be permanently fixed to the walls and/or floor. A bookcase may be fitted with glass doors [1] that can be closed to protect the books from dust or moisture.

  3. Pigeon-hole messagebox - Wikipedia

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    A pigeon-hole messagebox (commonly referred to as a pigeon-hole or pidge, a cubbyhole (often shortened to "cubby") or simply as a mailbox in some academic or office settings) is an internal mail system commonly used for communication in organisations, workplaces and educational institutes in the United Kingdom and other countries.

  4. Pompeian Styles - Wikipedia

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    The Pompeian Styles are four periods which are distinguished in ancient Roman mural painting.They were originally delineated and described by the German archaeologist August Mau (1840–1909) from the excavation of wall paintings at Pompeii, which is one of the largest group of surviving examples of Roman frescoes.

  5. Sydney sandstone - Wikipedia

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    Sydney sandstone is the common name for Sydney Basin Hawkesbury Sandstone, one variety of which is historically known as Yellowblock, and also as "yellow gold" a sedimentary rock named after the Hawkesbury River north of Sydney, where this sandstone is particularly common.

  6. Palatine process of maxilla - Wikipedia

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    Structure. It is perforated by numerous foramina for the passage of the nutrient vessels; is channelled at the back part of its lateral border by a groove, sometimes a canal, for the transmission of the descending palatine vessels and the anterior palatine nerve from the spheno-palatine ganglion; and presents little depressions for the lodgement of the palatine glands.

  7. Closet - Wikipedia

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    A closet always has space for hanging, whereas a cupboard may consist only of shelves for folded garments. Wardrobe can refer to a free-standing piece of furniture (also known as an armoire ), but according to the Oxford English Dictionary , a wardrobe can also be a "large cupboard or cabinet for storing clothes or other linen", including ...

  8. Wallpaper - Wikipedia

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    It is usually sold in rolls and is applied onto a wall using wallpaper paste. Wallpapers can come plain as "lining paper" (so that it can be painted or used to help cover uneven surfaces and minor wall defects thus giving a better surface), textured (such as Anaglypta ), with a regular repeating pattern design, or, much less commonly today ...

  9. Cantilever - Wikipedia

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    A folding cantilever tray is a type of stacked shelf that can be unfolded to allow convenient access to items on multiple tiers simultaneously. The shelves can be collapsed when not in use for more compact storage. Due to these properties, folding cantilever trays are often used in baggage and toolboxes. See also