ladder back

ladder back

n
(Furniture) a type of chair in which the back is constructed of horizontal slats between two uprights
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He could not, in his present physical condition, have harmed the girl, nor could he have climbed the rude ladder back to the shelter.
He never knew how long his ascent of the ladder back into the airship took him, but in his dreams afterwards, when he recalled it, that experience seemed to last for hours.
He also warned that the "cliff-edge" was real and "crash out means crash out" with "no ladder back up the cliff," adding that no deal would amount to the "biggest ever step away from free trade".
Neighbours claimed a man appeared to try and push the ladder back, before police entered the room and were seen pulling him back from the window.
After moving the ladder out of the way, Jimi commanded the scope to slew to the proper coordinates, then pushed the ladder back into place and climbed up to center the galaxies in the field of view.
TAMZIN Ford, owner of The Stitching Boutique in Cardiff, is no stranger to vocational training after getting her foot on the career ladder back in 1990 with an NV NQ which was, and still is, a well-tested pattern to get into work.
Each level in the ladder back to the main man serves as a filtering system and so generally any non-league player that is going to get a chance higher up will have been watched on many occasions, possibly by a number of different people.
"Once I got into the project I decided to give it the look of the old wooden guide boats used in the Keys, back in the day." Dan's build included fabricating fiberglass hatches to replace the original plastic ones, the addition of a live baitwell with a mahogany ladder back seat and an Awlgrip finish.
Then Rebecca pulled the ladder back up to the top of the cliff and walked away.
Surviving the fall with only a couple of bruises to my body and my dignity, I set the ladder back up, closed the door and unplugged the opener before going
Just five months later, another pair of ebonised oak "ladder back chairs" went for PS36,050 at auction.
Last night's scrap epitomised the challenges McCoists men will face on every rung of that ladder back to the top flight - and the difference between now and last year's Division Three campaign is that they've learned how to cope with it.