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- n. Plural form of stack.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stack.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. storage space in a library consisting of an extensive arrangement of bookshelves where most of the books are stored
- n. a large number or amount
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I get annoyed with email signatures laid out in stacks of vertical text 10 lines high.
It's amazing how many liquor stores have no clue about the damage to their potential profit that buying on a wholesaler's "deal" can actually do to them -- especially when they invest in stacks of cheap spirits and plonk wine.
Because the hypocrisy is just lying there -- in stacks of paper three feet high -- waiting to be exploited.
What these lamps share, the open series, the flat stacks, and the radial stacks, is a challenge to a defining aspect of tradition lamps.
Luckily, getting boxes is easy, as Di can grab them in stacks form her work, previously unused.
Please join us in the Forest for $3 short stacks from the Kwong Dynasty Pancake Cart, maple syrup, and nature films about bears.
You might want to take up a gathering skill and sell your spoils in stacks of 20.
My superpower is putting bills/mail in stacks on top of papers and other things ... then starting another stack ... then putting those stacks in a paper bag to contain them and starting another stack.
The corn has been harvested and the stalks stand in stacks in the open fields.
Inside, sarapes with bands and geometric shapes of cherry red, jungle green and yellow sit folded in stacks throughout the store next to colorful napkins and tablecloths.