dining-room table

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dining-room furniture consisting of a table on which meals can be served

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The smallest of small business owners--that "guy in his garage" or the "woman at her dining-room table"--are often people who have lost their jobs.
The trophy is at home on the dining-room table and the medal is in his room with all his other medals." The runners up were Sam Jackson, Jordan De Vos and Daniel Overton.
In the fantastical illustrations by Eugenie Fernandes, the oak tree from which the dining-room table was rendered now grows from the center of said table.
When the prayers stopped, Lisa, Kenny, and five other young children stood at the dining-room table, which had been covered with three wide swaths of fabric, one red, one green, and one black, upon which were a basketful of fruit, another basket with many ears of corn, as well as the other symbols of Kwanzaa.
SHOULD children under 14 also be forbidden to use knives to cut their meat at the dining-room table, or scissors to cut paper?
According to the design specs, the rotors ought to enable the aircraft to take off vertically, fly horizontally at more than 70 miles per hour, and then land vertically again on a clear patch of ground as small as a dining-room table. The innovative craft is expected to fly at altitudes up to 2,400 meters and carry a maximum load of 200 kilograms.
You watch the family convene at the dining-room table for a meal straight Out of Norman Rockwell--and then you're led out the same way you came in.
Mary puts a dinner of roast beef, potatoes, and carrots on the dining-room table. Susie brings Mick to his seat in the alcove.
I have suggested to Lacey and the kids that we could save a lot of hassles including cleanup and disposal by taking our ornaments and lights to the lot where we made the purchase and setting up there, but none of them think it would be very "Christmassy" to put our packages under the dining-room table and go downtown when we have the urge to watch needles fall.
Following and celebrating the release of Disney's 101 Dalmatians, his first book, 101 Nudes, 1972/91, peered into the forlorn, next-door, often hilarious randiness of suburbia: plump woman nude on porch steps, plump woman nude next to potted plants, nude in bushes, or nude fondling the family pet; skinny boy nude and posed on top of the dining-room table, like a fountain cherub run amok, skinny boy again nude balanced on the sofa's arm, dolled up in drag across the love seat, cigarette in hand playing the piano nude, or caressing in the buff a mural of Jesus.