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headboard

[′hed‚bȯrd]
(mining engineering)
A wooden wedge placed against the hanging wall, and against which one end of the stull is jammed.
A board in the roof of a heading, contacting the earth above and supported by a headtree on each side.
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The colors are an elegant counterpoint to the new headboard, upholstered in a harlequin pattern of caramel and toffee colored leather.
This happened just hours after he had written a warning to night staff that he needed to be watched because his head had gone towards the headboard gap as soon as he put him to bed.
Drape an attractive duvet cover or an exotic piece of fabric from your travels over your headboard, using curtain weights to hold it down.
If you want a traditional, romantic look, go for a padded headboard with deep buttons.
She said: "The Walkers' bedroom would have been on the other side of the wall to me, and I had my headboard against it.
Highlights include an eye-catching headboard that can adapt to fit king, queen and twin-bed arrangements, plus leather covered chaises longues that double as daybeds if required.
between the headboard or footboard, siderail, and mattress.
For a truly unique look, why not go for something unexpected by choosing a headboard that began life with an entirely different purpose?
Another is a custom-size bed made of mahogany, the headboard engraved with fish whose tails entwine and circle a miniature carved ketch, a tiny replica of the vessel the Newhalls sailed.
To snazz up her headboard, she got sunny, wavy chiffon-patterned pillows from Neiman Marcus.
In a case alleging neglect by Deborah Waters, 51, the manager of Clwyd Wen home in Pontyclun, the prosecution have said Adam, 23, who lived with his parents in Beddau, had been put in an unsafe bed which allowed his head to be wedged between the headboard and the safety rails.