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cupboard

An enclosed storage space with shelves, esp. for dishes, glassware, etc., usually placed in kitchens or pantries.
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Soon other tender sowings will take their place in this airing cupboard but for a week or two my wife can have it all back.
They arrested the men and discovered a carrier bag hidden in the airing cupboard of the end-terrace house.
In an airing cupboard in a bedroom, they found two cardboard boxes and a holdall,' said prosecutor Richard Twomlow.
Nelly Walsh, 84, died of the effects of smoke inhalation after a fire broke out in an upstairs airing cupboard at the Old Rectory Residential Home near Tenby on February 5.
An 81-year-old widow died from hypothermia in her airing cupboard after her attempts to stop a leaking pipe by flattening it with a shoe led to her being drenched in water, an inquest heard yesterday.
Many gardeners also harvest the lanterns for indoor decoration, cutting the fruiting stems as they turn to orange and hanging them upside down in an airing cupboard to dry.
Many gardeners also harvest them for indoor decoration, cutting the fruiting stems as they turn to orange and hanging them upside down in an airing cupboard to dry.
PLACE cotton wool in the airing cupboard for a few hours before you use it - the hot air means it increases in volume and thus goes further.
Keep them at 25C (77F) for three weeks (an airing cupboard will do nicely).
The fire broke out at the terrace home of an elderly couple in Park Lane yesterday and gutted the airing cupboard.
SHOCK: re-acquainted AN ASTONISHED delivery driver leapt out of his skin when he found a four-foot snake coiled up under his car - and then another fell out of his airing cupboard.
It also has a radiator/towel rail, a shaver point and airing cupboard.