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Re: OT - sign from above or no??

A sort of cupboard or wardrobe - there may be a better name for it.
It was a large piece of furniture with a space for hanging clothes
on one side and drawers on the other aand across the bottom.  
There was a false front piece on the top about a foot high - 
carved into a shape - that my grandmother stored hat boxes behind.  
Very nineteenth century.
In a message dated 07/07/2007 9:49:32 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
tchessie1@sbcglobal.net writes:

OK- so I've wondered in the past- what exactly is a chifferobe?


Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
> That sort of thing happens.  When I was a child, I named a kitten
> Dr.Pepper, as that was a new and popular drink then.  A few 
> months later Dr.Pepper produced a litter of kittens in the bottom
> drawer of an old chifferobe where my grandmother stored all her
> paper dress patterns.  
> Auralie

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