card table


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a table for playing cards (as in a casino)

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a small light table with folding legs

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Vera Drake actor Staunton said: "It is refreshing that we're not all just plain women sitting around a card table in cardigans.
McKeon, the company's CEO, who established the business in 1993 on an idea he developed "on a $10 card table and an $800 computer, said, "Heavy construction companies are moving to more sophisticated software to improve profitability and competitiveness.
A single card table labelled by Tulles working independently is also known.
The entire credit card table was encrypted and we have no evidence that credit card data was taken,'' Sony said in its latest update Thursday on its U.
A CASINO croupier is at the centre of a suspected card table sting involving thousands of pounds.
The stand consisted of a card table divided into two equally sized but separate selling areas.
His incentive to stick around is Joyce Rogers, the much younger wife of a lawyer whom he's beaten badly at the card table.
Make no mistake, Borowski does have intuitive people skills earned from closely watching competitors around the card table.
Confidential," "The Wonder Boys" and "8 Mile" -- has an ace up his sleeve, namely an interesting story to tell outside the card table.
For the record, though, War ne launched the website by sharing a card table with the assembled media.
The craft's highest-resolution camera will discern features as small as a card table.
She is ready to reclaim the Michele Lewis who, at age 24, in 1992, knew she did not want to continue working as a data entry clerk in a bank and began selling books on weekends from a card table that evolved into a brick-and-mortar business.
I just sat at my folded card table while flies festered at the leaking spots on my head .
Their bands are sometimes signed to small, local labels and more often distribute self-produced CDs from the stage or a card table outside the club.
SITTING AT A CARD TABLE ON THE PORCH OF HIS HOME, RALPH Figueroa, an admissions officer at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, reached over to the pile of applications assembled randomly at his feet and scooped up the folder submitted by Jordan Goldman of New York City.