Table

  • (noun): A piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs.
    Example: "It was a sturdy table"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on table, tables:

2006–07 Celtic League - Table - Week 24
... 8 May 1935 ... Newport Gwent Dragons 13 – 27 Ospreys Rodney Parade Attendance 6,438 11 May 1910 ... Cardiff Blues 27 – 11 Leinster Cardiff Arms Park Attendance 10,320 11 May 1910 ... Llanelli Scarlets 19 – 10 Connacht Stradey Park Attendance 5,204 11 May 1930 ... Ulster 16 – 10 Edinburgh Ravenhill Attendance 7,429 12 May 1730 ... Border Reivers 16 – 24 Ospreys Netherdale Attendance 1,837 12 May 1730 ... Munster 38 – 20 Glasgow Warriors Musgrave Park Attendance 3,311. ...
Henry Briggs (mathematician) - Bibliography
... A Table to find the Height of the Pole, the Magnetical Declination being given (London, 1602, 4to) "Tables for the Improvement of Navigation", printed in the second edition of Edward ... contains a reconstruction of this table) Trigonometria Britannica (Goudae, 1633, folio) (http//locomat.loria.fr contains a reconstruction of this table ...
Writing Table
... A writing table (French bureau plat) has a series of drawers directly under the surface of the table, to contain writing implements, so that it may serve as a desk ... In form, a writing table is a pedestal desk without the pedestals, having legs instead to hold it up ... This is why such tables are sometimes called leg desks ...
Poker Tournament - Playing Format
... Whenever a player loses all his chips and gets eliminated, his table shrinks ... To combat the constant shrinking of tables and avoid having tables play with varying numbers of players, players are moved between tables, with unnecessary tables getting closed as the tournament ... In the end, all remaining players are seated on just one table, known as the "final table" ...
King Arthur's Round Table, Cumbria
... King Arthur's Round Table is a Neolithic henge in the village of Eamont Bridge within the English county of Cumbria, around 2 km south east of Penrith ... Another henge called the Little Round Table stood 200m to the south but was destroyed in the 19th century ...

More definitions of "table":

  • (noun): A piece of furniture with tableware for a meal laid out on it.
    Example: "I reserved a table at my favorite restaurant"
  • (noun): A set of data arranged in rows and columns.
    Example: "See table 1"
    Synonyms: tabular array
  • (noun): A company of people assembled at a table for a meal or game.
    Example: "He entertained the whole table with his witty remarks"
  • (noun): Flat tableland with steep edges.
    Synonyms: mesa
  • (noun): Food or meals in general.
    Example: "She sets a fine table"
    Synonyms: board

Famous quotes containing the word table:

    Life is a thin narrowness of taken-for-granted, a plank over a canyon in a fog. There is something under our feet, the taken-for-granted. A table is a table, food is food, we are we—because we don’t question these things. And science is the enemy because it is the questioner. Faith saves our souls alive by giving us a universe of the taken-for-granted.
    Rose Wilder Lane (1886–1968)

    ... So damn your food and damn your wines,
    Your twisted loaves and twisting vines,
    Your table d’hôte, your à la carte,
    . . . .
    From now on you can keep the lot.
    Take every single thing you’ve got,
    Your land, your wealth, your men, your dames,
    Your dream of independent power,
    And dear old Konrad Adenauer,
    And stick them up your Eiffel Tower.
    Anthony Jay (b. 1930)

    A big leather-bound volume makes an ideal razorstrap. A thin book is useful to stick under a table with a broken caster to steady it. A large, flat atlas can be used to cover a window with a broken pane. And a thick, old-fashioned heavy book with a clasp is the finest thing in the world to throw at a noisy cat.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)