trouser press

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Synonyms for trouser press

a home appliance in which trousers can be hung and the wrinkles pressed out

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On stage with me in Anarchist Cook I have an iron, kettle, minibar and trouser press, plus towels and sachets of sugar and milk.
It emerged today he has already repaid the cost of trouser press.
And LibDem home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne charged taxpayers Au119 for a trouser press which was delivered to his main home, not his second home.
Each guestroom is complete with satellite TV, an electronic safe, IDD telephone and voicemail, fax, trouser press, mini bar.
A music critic in the Trouser Press Rock Guide, talking about Blegvad's songwriting, put it this way: "Peter Blegvad's work contains some of the most oblique and poetic wordplay to ever make its way to song.
In the Home & Office world, prizes include a Shiatsu massage lounger, double shoe buffer and trouser press.
SonicNet was founded in 1995 and includes five key content properties: Addicted to Noise, a news site; Streamland for on-demand videos; Trouser Press, a magazine; Cinemachine, a movie review search engine; and the Alternative Buyers' Guide for record reviews.
It could have added, you pay thousands to paint his fence "rustic red", buy him a pounds 119 mahogany trouser press and spend pounds 85 on a framed photo of Chris Huhne for Chris Huhne.
The programme shows the presenter, Jeremy Clarkson, speaking to the local population, while operating a trouser press on his boxer shorts and driving a Jaguar with a lavatory fixed to the boot.
uk Trouser press An adaptation of the classic Robert Tressell book The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists comes to Birmingham's Library Theatre this September.
It was also enjoying success in the global hotel and hospitality industry after its 2009 takeover of John Corby Ltd, maker of the Corby Trouser Press.
Finishing touches A chest full of blankets in case it turns cold, an ottoman or suitcase stand to put luggage on, a trouser press in the wardrobe, a hairdryer in the dresser - these will all help add a hotel chic feel to your room, and let you or your guests luxuriate as if they were in the Ritz or the Hilton.
I've just bought an electric trouser press for pounds 5.
The hotel has 19 non-smoking bedrooms with private facilities all equipped with colour television, tea and coffee-making facilities, direct-dial phones, trouser press and hair dryer.