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couch

1. a frame upon which barley is malted
2. a priming layer of paint or varnish, esp in a painting
3. Papermaking
a. a board on which sheets of handmade paper are dried by pressing
b. a felt blanket onto which sheets of partly dried paper are transferred for further drying
c. a roll on a papermaking machine from which the wet web of paper on the wire is transferred to the next section
4. Archaic the lair of a wild animal

What does it mean when you dream about a couch?

A couch may represent getting needed rest, healing therapy, or the therapist’s couch. It may also symbolize a romantic encounter or “first love” experience on the living room couch.

Couch

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Dreaming about a couch could mean that you may have a need for some rest and relaxation. The couch also has other symbolism. For example, it could be an object that brings up warm memories, such as those of your first love, whom you snuggled with and first kissed. Additionally, look at all the details of your dream and try to determine if your couch is symbolic of an analyst’s “couch, ”such as Freud had. Old dream interpretation books offer a somewhat strange but curious meaning. They say that the couch may be symbolic of a false sense of security and that you should listen to the advice of those that love you!
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Yesterday, Coucher could not be contacted for comment However, a spokeswoman for Network Rail said: "As a private individual, our chief executive is entitled to spend his money as he sees fit.
The general secretary of the Transport Salaried Staffs Association (TSSA) said yesterday that Coucher had been "rewarded for failure" on a grand scale and predicted that passengers would be "furious".
I have never met Mr Coucher but I would be astonished if he is normally any more troubled by finer feelings than any other chief executive.
But Mr Coucher revealed: "The only way to allow trains in Great Britain to do these sorts of speeds is to use in-cab signalling.
Mr Coucher, who has been with the company for eight years, announced his departure in June, amid criticism over his earnings.
Last year, Mr Coucher waived his annual bonus of around pounds 300,000 but still received pounds 150,000 as part of a three-year rolling management incentive scheme on top of his salary of around pounds 600,000.
Gerry Doherty, leader of the TSSA rail union, said: "No director should receive a penny of bonus this year and that includes Coucher himself.
NETWORK Rail chief executive Iain Coucher announced today he will not take an annual bonus this year.
Chief executive Iain Coucher will double his annual salary of more than pounds 500,000,while other directors will receive their bonus payments, said the union.
Further work is scheduled for this section over Easter, with Euston station in London being closed to Virgin West Coast services on Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday NR chief executive Iain Coucher said: "Our challenge is to do this invisibly - to get in, rip up the old railway, put in a new better one - and then get out on time, while causing the least amount of disruption possible.
A total bonus of pounds 201,060 for NR chief executive John Armitt and a total bonus of pounds 179,060 for deputy chief executive Iain Coucher were announced today as the company published its preliminary financial results for 2006/07.
The company's deputy chief executive, Iain Coucher, said: ``We are facing up to the tough choices.