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shelving

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Furniture, Household
shelvingshelv‧ing /ˈʃelvɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 DHFa set of shelves fixed to a wall2 DHwood, metal etc used for shelves
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shelvingTemporary additional shelving was installed in the periodicals gallery to provide some much needed space for growth.Adjustable shelving is still a very popular choice; timber and glass shelves are ideal for displaying ornaments.You should not have shelving too high anyway.Much depends upon the efficiency of a library's housekeeping, particularly the accuracy of shelving.The magazines, strewn haphazardly over various sections of shelving, served to divert her temporarily.It is usually associated with rows of back-to-back closed binning or open shelving with steel or polypropylene tote-boxes.Wycliffe had found Edwin's books stacked on two tiers of rough shelving.One side of the van's interior had been kitted out with shelving.
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