- Term applied to a wide variety of chairs with arms, to distinguish them from side chairs which have no arms.
- Any dispersion of pigment in a liquid binder. Paint is applied with a brush, roller, sprayer, or by dipping and dries to form a decorative or protective film.
- Chairs having a seat that is a shaped and contoured plank drilled with sockets on the upper and lower surfaces to anchor the back and undercarriage and having the rear legs and a back that are separate rather than continuous members. The elements of the back are vertical, horizontal, or curved, and spindles may or may not be present. Chairs using bentwood back frame and legs pegged directly into the seat instead of being framed with aprons. The style is so named for chairs originating around Windsor Castle in England between 1700 and 1725, and was made by wheelwrights or turners, rather than cabinetmakers.
- The principal tissue of trees and other plants that provides both strength and a means of conducting nutrients. Wood is one of the most versatile materials known.
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