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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A spokesman for the fire service said a trouser press which had been left on and unattended caused the fire after it ignited a set of curtains.
On stage with me in Anarchist Cook I have an iron, kettle, minibar and trouser press, plus towels and sachets of sugar and milk.
Rolling Stone, Crawdaddy, Creem, and Transoceanic Trouser Press are just a few of the vehicles that attracted writers covering the rock music scene and anything peripheral to it, which included politics and fashion.
In the MPs' expenses scandal last year he had to repay the cost of a trouser press.
It was revealed Mr Huhne, one of the country's wealthiest MPs, made claims for a pounds 119 trouser press, chocolate HobNobs, toilet roll and fluffy dusters.
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.
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.
During the comedy show, he prepares a three-course meal on equipment commonly found in hotel rooms, including an iron, a kettle, and a trouser press.
I don't think that buying a trouser press is the worst thing that ever happened to UK democracy" - TV presenter Emily Maitlis has little time for the MPs' expenses scandal.
Which reminded one of the women of a present she had once received from her man - a steam trouser press.
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.