book rest

book rest

n
1. (Furniture) a cradle for holding an open book so that it may be read comfortably
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Designed in the shape of an open book sitting on a rehal, (foldable book rest used for placing holy books during recitation) the seven-storey Mohammad Bin Rashid Library will house over 4.
For more information and to book rest drives, call BAIC Oman on 80050800.
He admits, however, that time has been a challenge, especially in light of the project's complex architectural design, which is inspired by the rehal - the book rest used for the Holy Quran - and so closely resembles an open book that the library has come to be referred to as "book-shaped".
Meanwhile, another expatriate living in Riyadh, who declined to share his name, pointed out that many residents book rest houses, known in Arabic as "istirahat" to spend the Eid holidays.
12A) ADAPTED from the comic book Rest In Peace Department by Peter M Lenkov, R.
A ZENA SAYS: You could try this bath bridge and book rest from House of Bath (www.
A book rest set up next to the tub is a practical solution to the problem - and an ideal bathroom accessory for the dedicated reader.
First of all, the reader will need a book rest, as the book is 917 pages and will weigh heavily on your arms.
Further, he asserts that the comprehensiveness and validity of any Jesus book rest upon how well the scholar's work answers all five questions.
Based on Peter M Lenkov's Dark Horse Entertainment comic book Rest in Peace Department, Nick has a lot of information to take in on his first day at work.