coat closet


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a closet for storing outerwear

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SOUTHBRIDGE - As she was hanging out the sign for the Winter Coat Closet at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church one recent day, a man hailed the Rev.
The new suite for First Class passengers features an extra-large seat that reclines to become a fully-flat bed, a 23C[yen] wide-screen LCD screen that offers more than 1,000 channels of entertainment and is equipped with individual storage, a coat closet, vanity desk and personal mini bar.
So small that, seeing the door to MacDonald's, ahem, "stock room" - think large coat closet - a little girl's eyes grew wide.
Baiamonte converted the linen closet to a coat closet, using hooks because the enclosure was too shallow to accommodate hangers.
If you use a folding, manual wheelchair you can request it be stowed in the on-board coat closet.
When they opened the coat closet, they found Lessner.
Another alternative is to dedicate a coat closet to be your "network room"--but clear out anything flammable and put a lock on the door.
The teachers are crazy in various ways, ranging from the anti-Semitic English teacher to the biology teacher who babbles to herself in the coat closet during the class.
This has meant turning our coat closet into a nook for the refrigerator, and turning half of our living room into a bedroom, using a mobile closet to double as a wall.
A stately columned porch leads to the foyer, which boasts a convenient coat closet to its left.
Clean out your coat closet (or guest room closet) to make room for your guests.
JFK and RFK, each with pricked forefinger, napping inside the coat closet.
That is, they check their moral convictions in the coat closet before they enter the legislature.
Meanwhile, the society's gala, which previously could have fit in a coat closet, made The New York Times in 2001, when honoree Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke for the first time about her colorectal cancer.