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dinette

A recess off a living room, foyer, or kitchen that is used for dining purposes.
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As another Dinette put it: "No one at the table seemed to be having that orgasmic feeling one gets when tucking into a sinful and scrumptious dessert.
Voor de familie Mahne bieden Otto van den Muijzenberg, emeritus hoogleraar antropologie, via zijn echtgenote betrokken bij de familie, en Dinette Wijnen, in vrouwelijke lijn een familielid, zowel een documentair deel met genealogie, noten en registers (125 pp.
In the Tanna neighborhood of Mill Creek, the new kid on the block is The Hartford, boasting four bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, a family room, formal dining room, kitchen with dinette area, full basement, two-car garage and 2,445 square feet-base priced from $329,950.
The lounge area of the 40WD features dual sofas up front and a spacious galley featuring an innovative U-shaped dinette.
Called the Dinette this unique CD/Radio/Alarmreally does sound as good as it looks.
Artist Kathy Kozan was commissioned to create the look and feel of busy European cafes in the dinette department.
SEI also will present a brass canopy bed to retail for $299 in queen size, a tick-tack-toe screen, a beech-finished solid-pine storage bench, a black/beech dinette table with a drawer and black/ beech coordinating side chairs.
The flybridge holds a large, semicircular dinette that converts to a sumptuous sunpad.
She was a secretary for many years at General Electric and later worked as a cashier at the Midtown Dinette, which she co-owned with her husband.
The 23J floorplan offers a dinette slideout with a fully equipped galley on the opposing side.
I was talking about it over the weekend,'' said Cathy Carver, 42, who was having coffee at the Mark Twain Dinette.
The 26A features a unique U-shaped dinette that readily converts to a large comfortable bed.