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an orderly columnar display of data

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We tried to bring to the table specific works, and the artists sank or swam on that basis.
Three "pressing concerns that these texts compel womanist scholars to bring to the table of ethical discourse" are "colorism," "moving beyond a single vision of vaginas" (validating the womanhood of black women), and what critic Mae Henderson terms "black women's bodies as texts." Mary Helen Washington's collection Black-Eyed Susans and the novels of Alice Walker and Toni Morrison deal with these issues.
To the contrary, as someone who has had managerial responsibility for large organizations in both the public and private sectors, I have a keen appreciation for the role of auditors and the improvements they bring to the table in the form of operational quality and effectiveness.
My teammates know what I bring to the table, my coaches know what I bring to the table, and I know what I bring to the table.
I've spoken positively of Investec before, and the energy their people bring to the table - aggressive, but not over the top of distasteful - strikes exactly the right balance.
I suppose the other guys all have their different aspect and skill sets that they bring to the table as well.
"I have many ideas to bring to the table and will thrive on this opportunity," said Sharon.
It's a wide gamut of capabilities that we bring to the table that, quite honestly, most of our competitors don't.
The energy they bring to the table matches the excitement surrounding this project."
Sarah, having worked for years with Barren Star and Michael Patrick Kin8 and now with Tom, is there something that gay men bring to the table, creatively speaking, that maybe other filmmakers don't?
We can't keep our head under the ground, marginalizing the impact of what women bring to the table. It's a strategic business imperative."
DENVER--"There is so much in the world that needs healing," said Harry Belafonte, "and in most instances I'm convinced that only artists can bring to the table the stimulus, the insight, the revelations that will move the human head, fill the human mind, and put upon people the joy of reaching out to one another, to try and make a difference."