raised table


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raised table

A flat horizontal raised surface which is large in area compared to its elevation above its surroundings.
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Via Leader's knowledge of old-style, hand-made European crusty loaves and Schlotzsky's own wood-fired Spanish brick ovens, the Company raised table bread in Austin to a new level of excellence.
The proposed nature, dimension and location of the road hump is as follows:-Nature Raised Table Location Moorfield, Gosforth - at its junction with Moor Road South Dimensions Length along the carriageway to be 40 metres on Moorfield and 10 metres on Moor Road South.
Our server, Amy, gave us our choice of locations, and we settled at a raised table, ordering the house white Zinfandel ($4.
Gary remembers being taken into a round room with a raised table.
Funnels atop table legs act as "loading stations" for creative play and the raised table helps keep feet and the home clean and dry.
In preparation for this, a short section of Bertie Road, near Bertie Court, is closed to traffic until Monday for the construction of a road narrowing and raised table.
McVeigh, head almost shaven, climbed a small step and sat on a raised table.
Rather than lying still for an hour on a raised table, it's performed fully clothed on a Futon mat, allowing the therapist greater freedom of movement and controlled use of their body weight.
He even eats with his keepers from a raised table in his enclosure at Palacerigg Country Park, in Cumbernauld, Lanarkshire.
The cuddly creature even likes to eat his food with his keepers from a raised table in his enclosure.
They are also looking to build a raised table to slow down traffic on High Street.
There may also be a raised table on High Street, as well as a T-junction to replace the mini-roundabout at the junction of Leamington Road and High Street.