dish rack


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Noun1.dish rack - a rack for holding dishes as dishwater drains off of themdish rack - a rack for holding dishes as dishwater drains off of them
rack - framework for holding objects
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Dubbed as the "adventure vehicle," the truck's camp kitchen features a slide-out cabinet with an induction cooktop, built-in sink, dish rack, five-gallon water tank, and storage for all the camp utensils and tools needed to build a proper feast.
Igloria's 'Home Remedies for Intermittent Sadness' detailed ways one coped with low days: 'Drain the dish rack and carefully check/ if the corners have hints of mildew./ Take an old toothbrush and gently scrub/ with water and soap, without judgment./ Turn it on its side or upside down./ If you have a deck chair maybe put it/ out there to dry in the sun.
Thus, in my mind, the small white dish rack, takes on the shape of a medieval rack stretching my bones and muscles and popping my joints out of their sockets.
It referred his case to CFA and on Thursday, Julian and three volunteers delivered what Julian terms "a home in a van" - everything from beds and mattresses to sofas, a dining table and even a dish rack and mugs - all for PS140, which will be paid by SSAFA.
NO MESS, NO STRESS While painting, Fred Mintert from Carthage (Mo.) Junior High, always has one of his sinks filled with soapy water and a dish rack. The water is just above the bottom of the dish rack.
This copper dish rack is stylish and practical and costs PS30 from www.marquisanddawe.co.uk PRETTY up sofas and beds with these gorgeous floral cushions.
Rinsing can be done en masse by arranging items on the dish rack and then spritzing with clean water.
Echoing today's interest in eclectic accessories, Polder Housewares introduces its Spring Dish Rack. The rack's bold design consists of a prominent coil of silver-plated chrome to hold plates.
(I used polyurethane glue.) No specialty kits or expensive dish rack replacement necessary.
"The saddest word I've heard wrapped around divorce like a tattered blanket is tired, as in we were just both tired, because tired seems so utterly normal to me," he writes, "so much the rug always bunching in that one spot no matter what you do, the slightly worn dish rack, the flashlight in the pantry which has never had batteries and never will, that the thought of tired being both your daily bread and grounds for divorce gives me the willies."
He had already done most of the work, waking up at five in the morning to harvest the ti leaf that was now drying in the dish rack.