chairback

chairback

(ˈtʃɛəˌbæk)
n
(Furniture) the part of a chair that supports the sitter's back
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chairback

[ˈtʃɛəbæk] Nrespaldo m
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5 at Gorman Chairback Lodge, one of three lodges with cabins owned by the Appalachian Mountain Club in the 100-Mile Wilderness in Maine.
In Lananna's view, it means chairback seating, modernized media tribunes, access to quality food, more rest rooms, the ability to add skysuites, warm-up facilities and yes, an indoor space that can be shared by the entire UO community.
Early on, the speaker introduces a quotation from Wuthering Heights: "In my flight through the kitchen I knocked over Hareton / who was hanging a litter of puppies / from a chairback in the doorway" (2).
The $15-$18 million stadium will seat approximately 3,200 fans, with 2,600 chairback seats in the main seating bowl.
This year, we're averaging about 300 every home match, that's with 201 chairback seats," McRoberts said.
In his bedroom collection for Vaughan-Bassett, well-known designer Alexander Julian opted for simplicity, in a Chairback Bed and Meg & Alex Dresser that looked almost Shaker.
For two hours, he blew a whistle for help as he lay in agony on Chairback Mountain, in the Hundred Mile Wilderness section of the range, until American climber Michael Noyce came to his rescue.
For lumbar fractures, a chairback brace is recommended, while cruciform anterior spinal hyperextension (CASH) or Jewett braces are appropriate for thoracic fractures.
His favorite, though, is the chandelier adapted from a Hepplewhite chairback, which he found while pouring over the treasure trove of historical design and architecture books in his personal library.
Alternatively tie a small arrangement of dried flowers and evergreens to the chairback and echo that in a centre setting.
The new chairback LSO model stabilizes the lumbosacral spine and includes the Ortho-Wick liner and apron pad front.