Nervously--in a sort of frenzy, we might almost say--she began to busy herself in arranging some children's playthings, and other little wares, on the shelves
and at the shop-window.
I left my seat to fetch the library ladder, determining to begin the work of investigation on the top shelves
He had raised the candle at arm's length towards one of the dark shelves
, and Mr Wegg had turned to look, when he broke off.
Between five and six o'clock in the morning we got up, and some of us went on deck, to give them an opportunity of taking the shelves down; while others, the morning being very cold, crowded round the rusty stove, cherishing the newly kindled fire, and filling the grate with those voluntary contributions of which they had been so liberal all night.
At eight o'clock, the shelves being taken down and put away and the tables joined together, everybody sat down to the tea, coffee, bread, butter, salmon, shad, liver, steak, potatoes, pickles, ham, chops, black-puddings, and sausages, all over again.
High pieces of furniture, of black violet ebony inlaid with brass, supported upon their wide shelves a great number of books uniformly bound.
I thanked Captain Nemo, and went up to the shelves of the library.
Into this herbaceous penitentiary, situated on an upper staircase-landing: a low and narrow whitewashed cell, where bunches of dried leaves hung from rusty hooks in the ceiling, and were spread out upon shelves
, in company with portentous bottles: would the Reverend Septimus submissively be led, like the highly popular lamb who has so long and unresistingly been led to the slaughter, and there would he, unlike that lamb, bore nobody but himself.
Mrs Verloc sprang up suddenly from her crouching position, and stopping her ears, reeled to and fro between the counter and the shelves on the wall towards the chair.
In that shop of shady wares fitted with deal shelves painted a dull brown, which seemed to devour the sheen of the light, the gold circlet of the wedding ring on Mrs Verloc's left hand glittered exceedingly with the untarnished glory of a piece from some splendid treasure of jewels, dropped in a dust-bin.
The decision to shelve
the works of minority authors separately is motivated neither by a desire to distinguish ethnic literature from general literature, nor to provide a privileged status to one group of writers.
* `return unwanted books / library materials here' benches so the users do not have to shelve
books that they have removed from the shelves
, or public education of how to return books to correct place on shelf
The new Access Plus contains two short shelves
, a long shelve
and a "Jumbo Roll-Out Drawer." The system is designed to be used in the closet, where space often is tight, according to the company.
And with a shelve
depth of 240mm, I can easily get 10 shelves
cross-cut from a single sheet of MDF for less than pounds 20.
AS CANVASES Shelves
are the three-dimensional version of children's bulletin boards.