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shelf

1. a projecting layer of ice, rock, etc., on land or in the sea
2. Archery the part of the hand on which an arrow rests when the bow is grasped

shelf

[shelf]
(geology)
Solid rock beneath alluvial deposits.
A flat, projecting ledge of rock.

shelf

1. A flat surface mounted horizontally, used to support or store objects.
2. Any projecting, flat, near-horizontal surface, such as a ledge of rock.

shelf

A public library of classes for the Eiffel language.
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Poor inventory management results in out-of-stocks, or it results in overstocks leading to low inventory turns and unproductive shelves.
And shoppers, driven by innate responses to products on certain shelves, have limited engagement with the total variety of products available.
Here's a fast, strong and easy way to install closet shelves.
One of the most popular places for shelves is an alcove, and here you need fixings on the side walls.
These ice shelves, many of which are hundreds of meters thick, occupy about 44 percent of Antarctica's coastline.
Unlike the floating ice shelves, thinning glaciers contribute to global sea-level rise.
The opportunity to use a screwdriver and shelves, magazines or erasers, hair curlers or shoulder pads to test artistic vision is the way children formulate the future of sculpture and architecture.
But he said that the handmade shelves were celebrations of the object--that's how he put it.
Sometimes these shelves look like a first or second step on steroids; at other times, they can bear a striking resemblance to beach entries.
Wire shelving was chosen, as it would permit water hitting the top shelf to percolate down to lower shelves.
With inter-shelf switching, place an external switch on each loop connecting the controllers and disk shelves (JBODs or SBODs).
The loss of more ice shelves could affect the sea level.