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bench table

[′bench ‚tā·bəl]
(building construction)
A projecting course of masonry at the foot of an interior wall or around a column; generally wide enough to form a seat.

bench table

bench table
A projecting course of masonry at the foot of an interior wall, or around a column; generally wide enough to form a seat.
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The long bench tables would be set with huge plates of food.
It's lovely; I've got big windows either side of the room, it's a nice long room; it's got all my paints and materials and paintings, and three huge bench tables which is where I do my paintings," she says.
The portable cabin available for staff is basic and uninviting, with bench tables and chairs.
There are bench tables almost lapped by the water and sandbags against the river end of the building, although flooding is apparently rare.
The renovation includes the installation of a custom commercial kitchen, a lobby conversion into a signature lounge with an expansive bar, custom high back chairs, bench tables and new state-of-the-art screens and sound systems in its eight screening rooms.