deck chair

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a folding chair for use outdoors


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The in-depth provenance documentation confirms the chain of custody of the deck chair through from Captain Lemarteleur in 1912 through to the present day.
Meanwhile, The Beach has been hosting what is thought to be the world's largest deck chair.
Deck chairs, buckets and spades are also available to help add to the seaside atmosphere.
But having done the hard work, they folded like a cheap deck chair as the Gypsies banged in two more for a 3-1 win.
Your country like a sinking ship, and you sitting in the deck chair, not taking action?
Designed to complement the new collection of soft furnishings that includes colourful deck chair stripes and cheeky monkeys - bedtime has never been so fun
com)-- The traditional deck chair is making a come back in a large way this year, sales of seaside deck chairs has been on the rise since the start of the year.
Add fun to your garden with a modern deck chair carrying the slogan "Keep Calm and Carry On".
A grand day out in summer, 1978, and what better in Birkenhead than sitting in your deck chair (with a Thermos) watching the Pier Head activity.
One of the photos shows a man lying on a deck chair at the edge of the hotel's swimming pool, draped in a white terry-cloth robe, checking his messages on his mobile phone (Herzlich willkommen in Hotel Hyatt Belgrad [A Cordial Welcome to the Hotel Hyatt Belgrade], 1999).
Curling up with a book in a teak deck chair, watching the QE2 to starboard, was like inhabiting "Brideshead Revisited.
I went down to the beach with her indoors yesterday and this skinny little guy asked me for EUR6 for the luxury of sitting my backside on a deck chair.
Sitting in a deck chair on the vicarage lawn on a warm spring morning,' Dickie recalls, `I decided that I would from that point only do what God told me to do, as far as I could understand it.
With plenty of capital to finance real estate on both the debt and equity sides today, you don't get the feeling that people are taking the last deck chair on the Titanic.
NE1 is hoping to open the Quayside Seaside to the public later this week - so people should be encouraged to get themselves down to the beach to feel the sand between their toes and nab themselves a deck chair to enjoy the view.