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  • n. Plural form of cupboard.


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  • Possums .. how possums ever got into our cupboards is a mystery.

    The mysteries of rabies Boing Boing

  • I have it on good authority that there are several hundred Tasers stuck in cupboards up and down the land (try London for a start). get your self arrested then make sure you are locked up in an inetrview room with the appropriate cupboard ….

    It’s A Car Tyre – I Can Manage – Go Away! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • So many people are cowering in cupboards, under desks, in supply closets.

    Repercussions: Prologue

  • I didn't know anything about what might be inside, but I could imagine it: everything in cupboards and shelves, pots and pans and maybe bundles of herbs hanging from the ceiling, beds in bunks like a ship.

    Snug as a Bug in a Beautiful Box

  • So I start rummaging about in cupboards and staring at bookshelves in the hope of finding something inspiring.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • A vast family saga replete with lies, secrets, skeletons in cupboards and all building towards that final showdown at matriarch Leonora's 75th birthday party.

    52 entries from February 2007

  • The FY '06 reconciliation bill that is working its way through the authorizing committees will send more people searching for food in cupboards that, quite frequently, are bare.

    Hurricane Katrina

  • Quite a few built-in cupboards as well, which is good (not as many as at my old South Road place in Sheff but you can't have everything).

    December 13th, 2005

  • Even then, not all of them finished the course, and those that didn't finish spent the rest of their working lives living in cupboards under stairs. next »

    Excerpt: A House Called Awful End by Philip Ardagh

  • I hate those modern coffin shapes they call cupboards nowadays.

    The Vatican Rip


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