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Folding Bridge Table And Chairs - Bamboo Kitchen Tables.

Folding Bridge Table And Chairs

folding bridge table and chairs

  • (chair) act or preside as chair, as of an academic department in a university; "She chaired the department for many years"

  • (chair) a seat for one person, with a support for the back; "he put his coat over the back of the chair and sat down"

  • (chair) professorship: the position of professor; "he was awarded an endowed chair in economics"

  • Act as chairperson of or preside over (an organization, meeting, or public event)

  • Carry (someone) aloft in a chair or in a sitting position to celebrate a victory

  • a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs; "it was a sturdy table"

  • Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting

  • a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"

  • postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"

  • Postpone consideration of

folding bridge table and chairs - Iceberg 65149

Iceberg 65149 29 by 42 by 42-Inch Indestruc-Tables Too Round Table, Light Oak

Iceberg 65149 29 by 42 by 42-Inch Indestruc-Tables Too Round Table, Light Oak

Strong, sturdy, lightweight and portable Durable blow-molded, high-density polyethylene top Holds 1,500-Pound Evenly distributed Black colored ededge is dent and scratch-resistant Woodgrain inlay provides smooth writing surface Integral base design features powder coated oval legs for greater structural strength, scratch resistance and improved appearance Tables have a stacking detail which allows the units to nest when stacked for storage Width: N\A; Depth: N\A; Diameter: 42-Inch Height: 29-Inch

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Great Fold Bridge

Great Fold Bridge

Leigh, Greater Manchester, UK.

This was taken back in October, but I only just found it on my hard disk. There was a slight breeze, so the trees are a little blurry, but I like the way the brickwork on the bridge itself came out.

Bridge Crossing

Bridge Crossing

M48 or T48 tank crossing a towed, folding bridge. (Note wheels under bridge). There is something added to the front of the tank. Maybe a mount for a mine roller?

folding bridge table and chairs

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Half Round Pub Table - Butlers Tray Coffee Table - Wood Extension Dining Table.

Half Round Pub Table

half round pub table

    half round
  • (Half Rounds) Looks like a half circle and is used primarily as decorative trim.  Can be used to put a rounded edge on shelving, a trim piece for wall paper, or to add a decorative pattern to a flat panel.

  • A method of cutting veneers on an off-center lathe that results in modified characteristics of both rotary and plain sliced veneers.

  • Semicircular in cross section

  • (Half Rounds) May be used as a screen moulding or bead shelf edge or panel moulding.

    pub table
  • Any table that is 42" High (Standard Table height is 30")

half round pub table - Nicholson 04896N

Nicholson 04896N 8" Half-Round Bastard File, Flat Sides on all Half-Round Files are Double Cut (Pack of 1)

Nicholson 04896N 8"  Half-Round Bastard File, Flat Sides on all Half-Round Files are Double Cut (Pack of 1)

Cooper Hand Tools, a division of Cooper Industries, Inc., manufactures and markets many well-known brands of hand tools, chain, and electronic soldering products, including Campbell (R) chain, Crescent (R) brand wrenches and pliers, Lufkin (R) measuring tools, Nicholson (R) files and saws, Plumb (R) hammers, H.K. Porter (R) bolt cutters, Weller (R) soldering products, and Wiss (R) snips. Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, Cooper Hand Tools has manufacturing facilities in 16 international locations, and has approximately 4,400 employees worldwide.

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Charlie Drake

Charlie Drake

Charlie Drake's first joke - "A little boy had a tooth out and asked the dentist if he could keep it. Why? I want to take it home, put some sugar on it and watch it ache!"

Actually it wasn't Charlie Drake's joke, it was Max Miller's. He heard it on the wireless. And he wasn't Charlie Drake, anyway. He was Charles Edward Springall, age nine. Drake came much later, borrowed from his mother, the former Violet Drake. Like many comedians, if not all of them, Charlie Drake began with jokes borrowed from others, but once his real career in comedy got under way via television, he became the most original slapstick comedian in the country, easily out- slapping those few who had attempted visual comedy in the silent film era.

Born in Elephant and Castle, London, in 1925, the son of a newspaper seller who took racing bets on the quiet, little Charlie was only eight when he answered an advertisement in the South London Press and was first in the queue to audition for the great top-of-the-bill coster comedian Harry Champion. He sang that master's most popular hit, "Boiled Beef and Carrots", and promptly won a place in the choirboy chorus backing the star in his grand finale, "Any Old Iron" (pronounced "I-hern"). His reward: a six-day booking for half a crown (121/2p).

No further bookings ensued, so young Charlie augmented his non-existent pocket money doing a pre-school paper round and a post-school apprenticeship to a cats-meat man (tuppence a stick-ful). His education was at the Victory Place Junior School where the only prize he won was for Scripture: he was able to name Mary's husband. Moving up to Paragon Row Seniors he read the "Just William" books and formed a William-style Secret Society called the Red Hand Gang. Show business struck again when he did a deal with the manager of the Elephant and Castle Picture Palace: in return for winning the ten-shilling (50p) prize at every amateur talent contest, he slipped the manager five bob (25p).

Drake was 14 when he left school, in the summer of 1939; he also left home. He became an electrician's mate, the first of innumerable jobs, all of which would find their way into his television and later film situations. By night he was an Air Raid Precautions messenger boy. He devised his own way to extinguish incendiary bombs: old ladies' knickers stuffed with sand. Then he joined the Naafi as a baker. His fruit cakes were famous until he was sacked for using too many rationed currants.

He tried for proper war service and was instantly rejected by the Navy. He was only 5 feet 11/2 inches tall. "I was raised on condensed milk," he explained. He volunteered for the Royal Air Force and was, surprisingly, taken on and trained as a rear gunner. "I was the right size for the little turret." He promptly put in for all the services shows he could - Ralph Reader's "RAF Gang Show," Ensa, "Airmen in Skirts" - and was rejected by them all. But one useful thing happened: while training in Northern Ireland he met an oversize pilot named Jack Edwardes, who would in time become Drake's first partner on television. Drake's main active service was in India, where he caught dysentery and became the only airman who needed to have his shorts shortened.

On demob Drake formed his first double act with a friend called Sidney Cant. They sang "She's Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage" at the King's Arms pub at the Elephant. Unable to afford the tram fare, Drake walked up West every night to watch the big star comedians leaving their stage doors.

After failing his first BBC audition for Workers Playtime - he did his half-hour act in the wrong studio so the producer never saw him - he changed his name to Charlie Smart and won a provincial variety tour opening the show wearing a white trilby and a brown-and-red check suit. His first broadcast came from this, and he sat up all night writing 200 fan letters under 200 assumed names, posting them to Broadcasting House. They all came back to him unopened.

Somebody told him that Charlie Smart was the name of a popular broadcasting organist, so once again he changed his name. This time he came up with a permanent winner, Charlie Drake. Unfortunately it didn't help his career: he failed to pass his first audition at the Windmill Theatre - and failed a further six times. He found steadier work in the summer of 1953 as a Butlin's Redcoat. He taught campers ju-jitsu and boxing, he called bingo, he clowned for the kiddies, and he stole ?60 a week from the bingo take. At the end of the season Billy Butlin himself sacked him, and said he knew all along about the thefts, but had kept him on as his one and only ju-jitsu coach.

Deciding to try his luck with an agent, Drake now joined Phyllis Rounce, and at her office re-encountered Jack Edwardes, also looking for comedy work. His 6ft 3in height - 1ft 11/2in taller than the diminutive Drake - looked funny before they even

Hanham Mills BS15 1985

Hanham Mills BS15 1985

Hanham Mills is situated on the River Avon, near the village of Hanham near Bristol, England. Hanham Lock is the first lock east of Netham where boats leave the Bristol Floating Harbour.

A weir carries the river and boats use the adjacent lock. It is numbered as 1 and is officially the first on the Kennet and Avon Canal. It opened in 1727 and there used to be a colliery wharf just west of the lock, however the mines closed in the 19th century.

The river below Hanham Lock is considered to be tidal, as high tides often pass over the weir at Netham. Some spring tides will also pass over the weir here, making the river tidal up to Keynsham Lock.

The canal superintendent's house was built here, now a Grade II listed building, it is called "Picnic House". In front of this house once stood Hanham Mills, an archway over the towpath being all that remained of the mills until 1897, when the Hanham Abbotts Parish Church had the archway demolished due to its poor state of repair.

Just above the lock are some permanent and visitor moorings and two pubs.

Hanham Coal Mine and Work Underground

Many local workers were miners in the twenties, suffering long hours in appalling conditions for little pay. Jack Britton, whose father was a miner, describes vividly the closing of the mine was not altogether a bad thing.

Although much has been written about Bristol's coal fields, very little has been said about our own mine in Hanham. The 'Bedminster, Easton, Kingswood and Parkfield Collieries Ltd, owned Dean Lane, Bedminster, Great Western, Feeder Road, Easton, Hanham, Kingswood and Parkfield collieries. Hanham pit was situated in Memorial Road, near enough where the diecasting factory now stands.

The road was called Pit Road, but later named Memorial Road, after Memorial Cottage. At the rear end of the diecasting, there still remains the slag heap or tip as it was called, the rubbish of the pit, small dust or slag. At the side was the incline, where drams of coal were lowered by ropes on rails to the river's edge, then loaded onto barges, taken by river to Bristol and Bath, and towed by horses along the banks, which in those days were called Tow Paths. I expect there are quite a few old coal drams still lying on the river bed after running off the rails.

Underground, the drams ran in one direction. This was because of the river at the back of the mine. The main dram road ran under Cock Road and looped under the Kingswood Hotel, which is now the British Legion Club. Under the Kingswood Hotel they called it the 'parting of the ways', roads branching off in different directions. From then on you crawled on hands and knees, sometimes on your stomach, naked except for an old pair of football shorts, to reach the coal face.

Older miners, it is said, put names to the places where they were working. Coming upon a rich seam of coal, remarking 'this Soundswell', or 'now we're made forever, (New Cheltenham). Who knows if it's true or false? Many of the miners lived in cottages and small dwellings, called in those days 'Ragged Lane' (Vicarage Road), 'Mud Rank' opposite Christchurch, Anstey's Lane (Church Road end). The rent in those days averaged half a crown or 2/6d, a week.

It was not always collected as the rent man often found the occupants out, or hiding under the table. One tenant, leaning out of his bedroom window, was overheard telling the collector, 'You shall have your rent even if I have to sell the house'. Times were bad. 1923 saw the miner earning just over two pounds a week, a shift, if you were on a good seam of coal; nothing, no pay if you were laid off for roof falls, flooding, or poor quality digging.

All this work was done by hard graft: hands, picks, shovels, no conveyor belts or powered coal cutters in those days, and often working in water and near-total darkness. The miner helped supplement his pay by selling the coal ticket which he was allocated. The ticket was worth 2/6d to him, and people would buy it then pay to have the coal delivered.

The transport in those days was the horse and cart, and the handcart. You could hire a handcart, for 1d or 2d an hour, from Wride's opposite Hanham Church Old School, or Walt Jones oppositethe Maypole, at the end of the old Police Station rank.

The two pubs the miners used were 'The Swan' (Fanny Bailey's), or 'The Crown and Horseshoe', now renamed 'The Maypole'. Older people of Hanham always called it 'The Maypole' anyway. The miners were often given a bad name for spending most of their lives in pubs.

This is quite untrue, they spent most of their lives, 8 hours a day, not seeing sunlight, crawling in the bowels of the earth on hands and knees or on their stomachs, hacking coal, breathing foul air, dust, gases, enduring roof falls or flooding, and wondering if they would ever see daylight again only, in many cases, to die at an early age through the dreaded Miners Lung disease. Surely they deserved a drink to swill away the dust and memories of that

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Height of a coffee table : Solid wood dining table.

Height Of A Coffee Table

height of a coffee table

    coffee table
  • (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.

  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa

  • low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served

  • A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.

  • The measurement from base to top or (of a standing person) from head to foot

  • stature: (of a standing person) the distance from head to foot

  • Elevation above ground or a recognized level (typically sea level)

  • acme: the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development; "his landscapes were deemed the acme of beauty"; "the artist's gifts are at their acme"; "at the height of her career"; "the peak of perfection"; "summer was at its peak"; "

  • the vertical dimension of extension; distance from the base of something to the top

  • The quality of being tall or high

height of a coffee table - Nexera Eclipse

Nexera Eclipse Rectangular Coffee Table in Rich Dark Espresso

Nexera Eclipse Rectangular Coffee Table in Rich Dark Espresso

The contemporary rich dark Espresso finish, will surely provide a refreshing look to the living room or entertainment room in your home. Complete your environment with the Nexera Eclipse Coffee Table. Two open storage areas on each end and a large drawer that can be opened from either side. Decorative metal handles and adjustable metal legs for optimal leveling. Features: Coffee Table has engineered wood construction Rich Dark Espresso finish Rectangle wood top One practical drawer for CD,DVD or magazine storage Drawer opens on both sides of the table Contemporary style Stylish European metal handles and legs Adjustable metal legs for optimal leveling Ample storage space Ready to assemble; European cam lock quick assembly system 5 year limited warranty Made in Canada Specifications: Overall Dimensions: 17" H x 23.75" W x 47.75" D Weight: 101 lbs

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2 Rockers and Coffee Table

2 Rockers and Coffee Table

If you Play in Style, Rest in Style!

The entire set, 2 rockers and a coffee table, you pick the skis andor boards to go into the set.

On the Deck, by the water, or in the Ski lodge this gorgeous recycled Log furniture is the place to relax after a hard day of thrashin. Order today.

Skichair Log Swing is made from Northern White Cedar which is a creamy white color that blends with any dcor as it weathers gracefully to a silvery grey patina when left untreated. Northern white Cedar has a smooth surface that adds to the comfort of the furniture and naturally resistant to rot and insect damage.

Skichair products reflect the passion and lifestyle outdoor enthusiasts in their relaxation!

100% Comfort Fit Guarantee

Product care and information:

The rocker frame is made with 4 inch White Canadian Cedar Logs
Natural Cedar is a creamy white color that blends with any dcor.
Naturally resistant to rot and insect damage.
Skichairs do not have to be treated if left outside.
All Cedar weathers gracefully to a silvery grey patina when left untreated!
Cedar may be preserved by adding a sealer that has a UV inhibitor.
Sealer can be purchase at most hardware stores and applied by spraying.
May be stained to match dcor with most exterior wood sealants.
Cedar logs are subject to a natural process called checking
Skichairs are shipped partially assembled and should be glued together when assembled.
All Products shipped UPS ground in ReCycled bicycle boxes
Handmade in the USA!

A note about Log Furniture...

All wooden outdoor furniture is subject to the natural process of checking. The process adds to the natural beauty and character of this fine furniture. Checking happens as wood releases moisture, and normally occurs across or through annual growth rings. Checking is one of the special characteristics of cedar furniture and does not affect the structural performance or integrity of the wood.

Also, Please feel free to send us your sports equiptment to make your custom Swing.

Size: Height 40, Length 4ft, Width 28, Seat Height 15.
Total weight of chair: 80lbs.

PC table 7T - WOOD

PC table 7T - WOOD

This ergonomic table desk is applicable for many purposes that every family should have one! This compact table with a single leg allows you to use it as a bed breakfast table, a coffee table over the sofa, a laptop table, medical trolley, study desk, dining table etc. Table sits on caster wheels so you can easily move it anywhere and keep it stable when needed.


* Height and angle adjustable
* can help reduce VDT syndrome
* provide optimal reading by positioning your laptop/book at an ergonomically correct position
* With a twist of the dial, height is adjustable from 68cm to 98cm to match the physical conditions of each individual user
* Made of strong aluminium, the desk is sturdy and durable

What is VDT Syndrome?
A cumulative trauma disorder of the neck, hand and wrist, is one of the most common disabling injuries experienced by video-display terminal (VDT)operators.


* Color: Black
* Material: Aluminium
* Height: 68cm ~ 98cm
* Desk Surface (L x W): 59cm x 34.5cm

height of a coffee table

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Japanese coffee table : Light wood console table.

Japanese Coffee Table

japanese coffee table

    coffee table
  • low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served

  • (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.

  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa

  • A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.

  • a native or inhabitant of Japan

  • The language of Japan, spoken by almost all of its population

  • of or relating to or characteristic of Japan or its people or their culture or language; "the Japanese Emperor"; "Japanese cars"

  • the language (usually considered to be Altaic) spoken by the Japanese

  • A native or national of Japan, or a person of Japanese descent

japanese coffee table - Basho the

Basho the Sumo Wrestler statue coffee Table Sculpture (The Digital Angel)

Basho the Sumo Wrestler statue coffee Table Sculpture (The Digital Angel)

Add a touch of the Far East with Basho (Japanese for "tournament"), a traditional Sumo wrestler of one of the world's oldest martial arts. Performing a ritual from the Land of the Rising Sun, Basho crouches in his mawashi (Sumo belt) in these intricate sculpts with wide stances. This coffee table is topped with a 3/8"-thick, pencil-edged, round tempered glass top for views from any angle. These quality designer resin heavyweights are cast for display in home or garden Bring inside during freezing temperatures

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New coffee table that I bought from the Rose Bowl Flea Market for $25 -- sweet celery green, great 50s detail. Also pictured, an adorable Japanese designed vintage mug.

Coffee table by Makoto Shimazaki

Coffee table by Makoto Shimazaki

The smoked fuzzy glass surface turns transparent at a press of a button. Manufacturer: Archimedian Co Ltd KAZOKU NO ISU INC.

japanese coffee table

japanese coffee table

36" Hokkaido Japanese Style Lantern Lit Coffee Table - Chocolate

A unique coffee table design, offered in 5 beautiful finishes, a three foot long coffee table with a built in lantern under the table top. The amber colored shade casts a soft warm light throughout the room, creating a sense of serenity and coziness. Part of a collection of end tables, nightstands, and sofa tables, as well as a wide selection of classic and modern Japanese design shoji lantern table lamps, floor lamps, and hanging ceiling lanterns. Browse our entire selection of Japanese & Chinese lanterns and oriental lamps, as well as beautiful furnishings, wall art, statues, natural rugs and tatami mats, bedding, window treatments, and one of the web's largest selections of Japanese, Chinese, American & European style folding screens and room dividers, and unique gift ideas, on Amazon.com.

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Metal Base Dining Table

metal base dining table

    dining table
  • A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.

  • (Dining Tables) The first dining tables of which survivors remain are the type known as refectory tables. They are made usually of oak, and one of the earliest, at Penshurst Place in Kent, has a typical thick top of joined planks supported on three separate trestles.

  • A table on which meals are served in a dining room

  • a table at which meals are served; "he helped her clear the dining table"; "a feast was spread upon the board"

    metal base
  • the metallic portion of a denture base forming a part or the entire basal surface of the denture. It serves as a base for the attachment of the resin portion of the denture base and the teeth

  • Usually round, a flat base which holds the butt or ankle rod. See: Butt Rod, Base Flange.

metal base dining table - Rectangular Dining

Rectangular Dining Table Black Metal Base Light Oak Finish

Rectangular Dining Table Black Metal Base Light Oak Finish

Dimension: 36"W x 60"D x 30 1/4"H
Finish: Black, Light Oak
Material: Metal, Wood
Rectangular Dining Table Black Metal Base Light Oak Finish
Create a casual contemporary look in your dining room with this pleasant dining table.
Features four sleek metal legs, which hold up a table top crafted from metal and wood in a wonderful black finish with gold highlights.
The distinct design of this item creates a timeless setting for food, family and friends.
Matching dining chairs are available separately.
Assemble required.

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Vintage Yellow Tulip Chairs

Vintage Yellow Tulip Chairs

Mid century modern tulip chair in a bright yellow color. Chair body of yellow fiberglass rests on a metal base, and includes an attached white vinyl seat.

In excellent vintage condition, with some wear and small marks to the fiberglass seats. This listing is for ONE chair; four chairs are available.

Measures 31" high to the back, 18" high to the seat. Seat is 19" wide, and 16" deep. Total depth is 21". Chair base is 16 1/4" in diameter.

metal trestle table, sumi finish

metal trestle table, sumi finish

american-made steel base, birch veneer tabletop

Item #:
f04-con-sum 80”L x 24”D x 32 ?”H, console table, sumi finish (as shown)
f04-dsk-sum 80”L x 28”D x 29 ?”H, desk, sumi finish
f04-din-sum 96”L x 36”D x 29 ?”H, dining table, sumi finish

f04-con-gry 80”L x 24”D x 32 ?”H, console table, greywash finish
f04-dsk-gry 80”L x 28”D x 29 ?”H, desk, greywash finish
f04-din-gry 96”L x 36”D x 29 ?”H, dining table, greywash finish

metal base dining table

metal base dining table

Gothic Large Dining Table Base Metal Finish: Antique Bronze

T1052-G (BR) Metal Finish: Antique Bronze Features: -Painted according to your choice of metal finish -Ships fully assembled -Dimensions: 52''W x 22'' D x 29''H -Glass sold separately -Artistically crafted in wrought iron -Available in 12 designer metal finishes About Grace Grace Manufacturing is a metal and wrought iron furniture manufacturing company located in Rome, GA. The company has been in business for 25 years and continues to employ skilled artisans and craftsmen. In addition to their state of the art manufacturing equipment they still assemble and finish many products by hand. Many items in the Grace Collection are fully hand made or hand painted. With products ranging from barstools, counter stools, and dinettes to wrought iron beds, hanging potracks, baker s racks and more, Grace s line meets all professional and home needs. By implementing unique styles and ideas to traditional products, Grace has created an exceptional balance between creativity and practicality. Their design styles range somewhere between whimsical, neo classic and traditional, thus creating a truly astonishing decor for any inside space.

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24 pub table

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