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credenza ware

Business information or reports that are displayed for show but otherwise are largely ignored. (A "credenza" is a cupboard.) Apparently, the employee handbook is just credenza ware—no one has actually reviewed it in years.
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credenzaware

n. reports that sit on an executive’s credenza, primarily for show. (Contrived.) Everything I send her ends up as credenza ware.
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A red credenza is a reminder that this home is committed to color.
In Italian, credenza literally means "belief" or "confidence," the latter being just what a member of a royal or noble household needed to have in his or her food and drink during the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
The Mixte sideboard, by Studio Lipparini for Ligne Roset, combines formal elements of a credenza and bookshelf.
But for every mirrored credenza there's a broken heart--the inheritance that got away.
Jolson says the joinery is a key part of the built-in aspect of the project -- using credenzas to support artwork and objects, which also become practical items; joinery that becomes kitchen, that becomes furniture.
The collection includes multiple worksurfaces, credenzas, shelves, wardrobe towers, overhead cabinets, bookcases, lighting, and privacy panels.
The credenza is a long flat-topped storage unit that has been in existence since the 19th century and was first used in the dining quarters of a king or nobleman who employed a food taster.
When your bank is on the skids, it might be wise to forego that $87,783 area rug, $68,178 credenza, and $1,404 trashcan, but Thain actually came in under his $1.8 million budget.
As these failed initiatives ultimately subside and die, their residue surely does land on the senior leader's credenza.
2 three-door credenza with integral waste bin for milling area.
The textured, Kelly Sueda bamboo forest covers the wall above his credenza.
The bed area, separated from the rest of the room by a credenza, offers a modicum of privacy "There's a very light separation between the bed area and the main public area," Aiello says.
A:This is a Victorian credenza or side cabinet made around 1860 in walnut, inlaid with ebony, boxwood, satin wood and others.
A credenza is an Italian word mainly restricted to describing side tables in a church upon which the Elements were held prior to Con-secration.