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  • n. Plural form of nightstand.


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  • I feel completely out of sorts and slovenly if it is not made, even if our nightstands are a mess.

    To Make or Not to Make

  • When my nightstands started showing their age, I ripped pages out of an old atlas and refaced the drawers with maps.

    A Dollar Here, a Dollar There. But So What?

  • Other pieces we got that were directly related to the clues we discovered during the assessment included a romantically inclined breakfast nook for two and a big bed with two nightstands and two lamps.

    Xorin Balbes: At Home With Love

  • Making room for someone else physically made her realize that she also had to make room in her heart, and it didn't take long before both nightstands were stacked with books.

    Xorin Balbes: At Home With Love

  • They were stacked all over our bureaus and nightstands and tables, covering every square inch of surface, and still more filled the counters in my bathroom.

    Skipping a Beat

  • The bed itself was simple, boasting a modest headboard, and it sat between two nightstands that each carried frames filled with family, and half-filled glasses of water.

    Todd Clayton: Stickers, Someday

  • Their nightstands hold two or three photographs of their father, and I sometimes find them clutching one in a small hand as they sleep.

    The End Of Normal: My Life As A Madoff

  • Last year, an estimated 14 million copies of his books in 38 different languages found their way onto beach blankets, airplanes and nightstands around the world.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Dressers and nightstands may contain potential dangers such as medications, perfumes, cosmetics and cigarettes.

    Home Safety

  • Punkboy grabbed the glass from her and put it on the nightstand — yes, even punkboys have nightstands — and then Homegirl was crying and shaking and Punkboy was holding her and trying to comfort her.

    Punkboy vs. Planned Parenthood


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