I went to the donjon in search of my ladder, and in the lower part of the donjon which serves me and the gardener for a lumber room
, I found the door open and the ladder gone.
I believe we have one or two left over," she said, "but they're upstairs in the lumber room
That loft up there is a sort of lumber room
without any lumber.
To find it was the task set him by an imperious and malignant universe, and he wandered through the endless corridors of his mind, opening all manner of lumber rooms
and chambers stored with odds and ends of memories and knowledge as he vainly sought the answer.
Of the many doors of various sizes, right and left, a good few had glazed lights above; some however must have led merely into lumber rooms
or such like, because when I brought myself to try one or two I was disconcerted to find that they were locked.
Arthur Conan Doyle, a physician and creator of Sherlock Holmes reminds us of how we should arrange our noodles: "A man should keep his little brain attic stocked with all the furniture that he is likely to use, and the rest he can put away in the lumber room
of his library, where he can get it if he wants it.
Tenders are invited for Construction of shed behind BME Building to accommodate work shop, painting area and lumber room
to BME section at NIMHANS Bangalore.
It is a real joy to revisit gems such as The Open Window and The Lumber Room
and to enjoy once again Saki's delicious siding with single-minded children and young people against hateful adults (he'd have got on well with Roald Dahl) in that uncompromising and witty language.
Within this vast lumber room
, where many of us have to live, it is not strange that disorder might be, still, the only order possible.
The more eclectic hoarder species segregate pantry from lumber room
from junk museum.
Reading Victorian illustration, 1855-1875; spoils of the lumber room
AoPart of their charm,Ao she wrote of a famous collection of travel accounts, is that they were Aonot so much a book as a great bundle of commodities loosely tied together, an emporium, a lumber room
strewn with ancient sacks, obsolete nautical instruments, huge bales of wool, and little bags of rubies and emeraldsAo.