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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Major League Baseball mandates that a temporary interview room be constructed for its postseason events, a place where players can sit at a raised table and answer questions into a fixed microphone, all while strobe lights and television cameras from all over creation are trained upon them.
Stand the plant on a raised table so it's at a good working height and you can see it well from all angles.
Speaking for the Palestinians, eminent Arab and international advocates gave a three hour presentation to the 15 judges -garbed in formal black robes and seated behind a long raised table -of the legal and human arguments against the barrier.
They were arranging themselves around the raised table, when he saw Holly Davies (it had to be her in the white satin suit) seated among them.
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.
45 metres (2) Raised Table - Location (a) Adelaide Terrace - 78.
The restaurant is a decent size with an open kitchen and smaller tables surrounding a large central raised table with stools - perfect for bigger groups.
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.
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.