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chest

1. 
a. the front part of the trunk from the neck to the belly
b. (as modifier): a chest cold
2. a sealed container or reservoir for a gas
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There was also fire damage to a chest of drawers and the surrounding wood work.
Wooden tripod floor lamp with grey shade, PS75, Sainsbury'| Terracotta teal jug, PS15, House of Fraser | An oak chest of drawers is perfect for adding rustic charm to a bedroom.
The customers can also take a look at the excellent collection of remarkably cheap chest of drawers available in all popular hardwoods such as Camden Pine & Ash, Sherwood Oak and Cube Sheesham.
The product is masterfully crafted to complement the bedroom and has a matching chest of drawers to give a modern and contemporary look with a twist of French design flare.
A PENSIONER spent her entire Christmas camped outside a furniture shop so she could buy a chest of drawers for just pounds 10 when it opened for the sales.
A George III mahogany chest of drawers, with two short and three graduated long drawers, stamped brass swan neck handles and bracket feet would be worth at auction pounds 5/pounds 650.
Historians believe the chest of drawers was supplied to Sir John Hussey Delaval, of Northumberland, by Henry Hill of Marlborough, in 1775.
For Christmas I'd get a chest of drawers or a miniature chair.
But Mr Crozier claims the police even looked in a CHEST OF DRAWERS during their search for the suspect.
One body is cut up as if it were a chest of drawers, some of which are pulled open.