from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A rack or stand for displaying magazines{4}.

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  • n. a rack for displaying magazines


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  • Julia nodded, interested; she was poking through the magazine rack at the end of the davenport, and now she pulled out a newspaper.

    Time and Again

  • Place a small sketchbook and crayons or markers in a magazine rack next to the potty-chair.

    pottytrain your child in just one day


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