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tallboy

A chimney pot of long and slender form, intended to improve the draft.
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Nissan Motor Company (Nissan) (NASDAQ: NSANY) (TYO: 7201), a Japan-based automaker, has unveiled its 300ZX-powered '32 Highboy hot rod, a hybrid Altima race car and a upgraded Pathfinder SUV at the SEMA show.
It has been her dream to see Paris, and now that the secondhand-furniture man offers her $350 for the highboy (13), she will have to persuade her husband.
Richards continues his indictment of Amelia's class: "When this is over," Richards says, "you can go back to your nice split-level duplex and light up a Doke and get stoned and love the way your new silverware sparkles in the highboy.
The highboy chair, for example, is patterned from furniture found in homes of the mid-18th century and features an intricate fan carving, black finish and traditional brass-finished batwing hardware.
He ran into the bedroom and found me screaming and trying to get from under a highboy that had fallen on to the bed.
The best of his buildings--say, the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute in Utica, New York, the Pennzoil and Transco towers in Houston, the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, the interior of the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center, and even the AT&T Building in New York, with its Chippendale highboy top-are like finely constructed stage sets.
you fell backward on your heirloom-clock, the phases of the moon, the highboy quaking to its toes.
You need to know I moved your stuff into my house in case you wonder who took books and bookcases, highboy, footstool, dishes, rugs still good stuff, you would say, still some life left -- into the west room whose blue walls you liked best, the artiste's room, you teased, with its chaise longue, oriental rugs from the church rummage sale.
Not long ago, Gale finished building an ultra-slick Chrysler V-8-powered '33 Ford highboy roadster (shown above).
Highboy, lowboy, lazyboy, high chest, chest-on-chest - the list goes on.
Busy rhapsodizing over Ralph Lauren's tartan highboy and penning essays about his influence on American life-style, pop-cultural critics have been too caught up in their insular urban worlds to recognize the true genius in our midst.
The highboy was created by adding short legs to the all-purpose chest.