- arranged in a stack
- She's well stacked.
- She stacked the trays in the cupboard.
- When you get into a commuter train, you see the briefcases neatly stacked on the racks.
- No matter how you look at it, the odds are stacked against us.
- It turned out that the cards were stacked against her from the beginning of the game.
- Also, I used to wonder what would happen if I were to travel along the earth or on a road in a straight line for a very great distance. Would I eventually end up against a card-board wall which constituted a small part of the great card-board box which enclosed the universe? And if so, what was beyond it? Perhaps there were more card-board boxes, all stacked up inside an even greater card-board box. When you make a theory that depends on another theory which in turn depends on another, this is the sort of conclusion you may form. It is one of the major pitfalls of linear thinking which can wreak havok with your interpretation of social situations.
- Potato crisps from potato dough (formed crisps, stacked crisps)
- be stacked to heat, sprayed with disinfectant and left for at least 42 days;
- 3C001 Hetero-epitaxial materials consisting of a "substrate" having stacked epitaxially grown multiple layers of any of the following:
- Hetero-epitaxial materials consisting of a "substrate" having stacked epitaxially grown multiple layers of any of the following:
- Cartons must be of a standard format and weight and strong enough to resist being pallet-stacked.
- For bagged commodities, ensure that bags are clean, dry and stacked on pallets or incorporate a water-impermeable layer between the bags and the floor.