- Arming chairs
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- found: Work cat.: Villon, J. Chair and Armchair for a Drawing Room, via the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute museum objects digital image collection, Sept. 9, 2005.
- found: AAT online, Feb. 21, 2006 (armchairs, term applied to a wide variety of chairs with arms, to distinguish them from side chairs which have no arms)
- found: Gloag, J. A short dictionary of furniture, 1977: p. 117 (armchair: a chair with arms, called an arming chair, thus named to distinguish it from the single or side chair. Up to the late 16th century, all chairs were armchairs, and a single chair without arms was called a back stool; so the term armchair was at first adopted to differentiate between the chair and the back stool)
- found: The Random House dictionary of the English language, 1987 (armchair, a chair with sidepieces or arms to support a person's forearms or elbows)
- found: J. Paul Getty Museum, Explore Art, via WWW, Feb. 16, 2006: Accession no. 83.DA.230 (Pair of armchairs)
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- 2006-06-08: revised
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