[ US /ˈimz/ ]
  1. United States designer noted for an innovative series of chairs (1907-1978)
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  • _Park End Forge_ -- consistinge of 2 hamers, 3 Fyneryes and 1 chaffery, repayered about 2 years since by the Farmers, viz., 2 newe drome beames, Iron Making in the Olden Times as instanced in the Ancient Mines, Forges, and Furnaces of The Forest of Dean
  • Beames won last year's tournament by becoming the first player to shoot par on the nine-hole course, beating American pro Jack O'Keefe by a stroke.
  • As between the Rev. Henry Holyshade and his pupil, the idea of entire unreserve is utter bosh; so the truth as between you and Jeames or Thomas, or Mary the housemaid, or Betty the cook, is relative, and not to be demanded on one side or the other. Roundabout Papers
  • _Parkend Forge_ -- consistinge of 2 hamers, 3 Fyneryes, and 1 chaffery, repayered about 2 years since by the Farmers, viz., 2 newe drome beames, The Forest of Dean An Historical and Descriptive Account
  • He made a charge, bending his head first towards John Eames, and then, with that weak vacillation which is as disgraceful in a bull as in a general, he changed his purpose, and turned his horns upon his other enemy. The Small House at Allington
  • November highlights of task chair history sim chair by vitra panton chair rhythm chair by stylex tom vac chair by vitra sick like dog eames shell chair lofty architecture office of dake-wells, springfie... Lofty architecture office of dake-wells, springfield, mo
  • The Eameses were magpie collectors of Americana - toys, tools, quilts, cotton reels, primitive paintings - and this love affair shines through their short films.
  • The Eames name, in furniture, is a registered trademark of Herman Miller. In Design, Chair and Chair Alike
  • In the living room, an Eames lounge sits catty-corner to a bentwood rocker; on the dining table, jelly-jar tumblers are set next to Nicole's grandmother's sterling silverware. The Search
  • July 16, 2005 at 07: 55 AM love those eames chairs - lucky you! and the trip to spain sans children - woohoo is right! A winning combination
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