shelve

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to store, set aside, quit, or halt

They shelved the entire project when they heard how much it would cost.

to place on a shelf

The library needs volunteers to help shelve books.

A rocky ledge or shelf

And all was stillness, save the sea-bird's cry, / And dolphin's leap, and little billow crossed / By some low rock or shelve, that made it fret / Against the boundary it scarcely wet.

to have sex with
If an area of ground next to or under the sea shelves, it slopes downwards. The shoreline shelves away steeply. a gently shelving beach
Shelves is the plural of shelf
place on a shelve; "shelve books
To furnish with shelves; as, to shelve a closet or a library
{f} put off, put aside, postpone; place on shelves, arrange on shelves; furnish with shelves; slope gradually; remove from active service
To incline gradually; to be slopping; as, the bottom shelves from the shore
Hence: To lay on the shelf; to put aside; to dismiss from service; to put off indefinitely; as, to shelve an officer; to shelve a claim
place on a shelve; "shelve books"
If someone shelves a plan or project, they decide not to continue with it, either for a while or permanently. Atlanta has shelved plans to include golf in the 1996 Games Sadly, the project has now been shelved
hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
shelved
Simple past tense and past participle of shelve
shelved
Postponed
shelved
Of or pertaining to a shelving; having shelves
shelves
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shelve
shelves
plural form of shelf
shelving
Present participle of shelve
shelving
{a} sloping, slanting, having a declivity
shelver
{i} postponer, one who puts aside; one who arranges on shelves; one who installs shelves
shelver
a worker who puts things (as books) on shelves
shelves
Plural of shelf. the plural of shelf
shelves
plural of shelf
shelving
The act of laying on a shelf, or on the shelf; putting off or aside; as, the shelving of a claim
shelving
A means of rolling off the high or low frequencies It is similar to a bass or treble control
shelving
Shelving is a set of shelves, or material which is used for making shelves. the shelving on the long, windowless wall
shelving
Cantilever: An open shelving system using a rigid back frame from which the shelves are hung Case-type: Shelving constructed as a box with structural side panels from which the shelves are hung Mobile Aisle: Limited access shelving that sits on tracks and is moved to open aisle space where needed Multi-tier: Constructed system used in high ceiling areas where flooring is created as part of the shelving Single-Face: Shelving made to be accessed from one side only, with the other side attached to a wall Double-Face: Two sided (double-depth) shelving that is accessible from either side Full Height: Shelving between 89" and 102" high Counter High: Shelving between 40" and 46" high, used for quick stand-up reference Cap Unit: A shelf unit at a row end (replaces end panel)
shelving
Collectively, the shelves upon which books and other library materials are stored
shelving
the physical process of placing processed government documents on the shelf in sudoc number order
shelving
The setting of the on-axis output of complementary drivers (woofers, mid-range, tweeters) to provide the desired frequency response
shelving
Used for economical storage of small hand-stackable items which are not suited to mechanized handling and storage due to their handling characteristics, activity, or quantity
shelving
Acknowledging an offer but not doing anything with it, with the intent of using it later Of course, later never comes
shelving
An equalizer circuit that is used to cut and boost a signal above or below a specified frequency High and low band equalizers are usually shelving type The 02R equalizer can be configured as shelving or peaking
shelving
Sloping gradually; inclining; as, a shelving shore
shelving
The act of fitting up shelves; as, the job of shelving a closet
shelving
Material for shelves; shelves, collectively
shelving
Collectively, the shelves upon which books and other library materials are stored (From the ALA Glossary) See Also Rack, Range, Stack
shelving
Shelves considered as a mass
shelving
{i} shelves, series of horizontal boards used to store or display items; material for shelves; act of arranging on shelves
shelve
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