Public table

  • 1 table-d'hôte — n. [Fr.] Ordinary, public table …

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  • 2 Table of Contents (Enochs) — Table of Contents Artist Dale Enochs Year 1999 Type Limestone Dimensions 13 m × 15 m × 6.1 m (42 ft × 50 ft × 20 ft) Location IUPUI, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States Table of Contents is a… …

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  • 3 Table shuffleboard — (also known as American shuffleboard or indoor shuffleboard or Shufflepuck) is a game in which players push metal and plastic weighted pucks (also called weights ) down a long and smooth wooden table into a scoring area at the opposite end of the …

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  • 4 Public Schools Association — Formation 1905 Headquarters Perth, Australia Membership Aquinas Col …

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  • 5 Public transport in New Zealand — exists in many of the country s urban areas, and takes a number of forms. Bus transport is the main form of public transport, though two major cities, Auckland and Wellington, also have suburban rail systems which have been gaining more patronage …

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  • 6 Public information film — Public Information Films (known as PIFs) are a series of government commissioned short films, shown during television advertising breaks in the UK. The US equivalent is the Public Service Announcement (PSAs). ubjectsThe films advised the public… …

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  • 7 table tennis —    Table tennis has never been a huge spectator sport in Britain, and the professional game faces clear problems in the late 1990s in terms of financial viability and performances. The men’s national team were relegated from the top division of… …

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  • 8 Public transport in Ireland — exists in many of the island s urban areas, and takes a number of forms. Bus transport is the main form of public transport common in all cities. The cities, Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Limerick and Galway all have their own suburban rail networks.… …

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  • 9 Table sharing — Chinese name Chinese 搭枱 …

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  • 10 Table-turning — or Table Tipping (see Ouija board) is a type of séance in which participants sit around a table, place their hands on it, and wait for rotations. The table was purportedly made to serve as a means of communicating with the spirits; the alphabet… …

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  • 11 Table d'hôte — is a French phrase which literally means host s table . It is used in restaurant terminology to indicate a menu where multi course meals with limited choices are charged at a fixed price. Such a menu may also be called prix fixe ( fixed price ).… …

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  • 12 Table A — A standard set of Articles of Association which can be incorporated by reference in the Articles of Association of any company. It is usually used to cover non essential procedural issues. Found in the Companies (Tables A F) Regulations 1985… …

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  • 13 public — public, ique (pu blik, bli k ) adj. 1°   Qui appartient à tout un peuple, qui concerne tout un peuple. •   Le péril dont Rodrigue a su nous retirer, Et le salut public que vous rendent ses armes, CORN. Cid, IV, 2. •   Le bien public, CORN. Nicom …

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  • 14 Public/social/private partnership — Public/social/private partnerships are methods of co operation between private and government bodies.BackgroundModels of cooperation between the market and the state: examples from AustriaThe name “public social private partnership” (PSPP) is a… …

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  • 15 Table de dissection — du théâtre anatomique de Bologne, dans le palais de l Archiginnasio, de nos jours. Une table de dissection est une table sur laquelle on pratique des dissections, et notamment des anthropo …

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  • 16 Public engagement — is a term that has recently been used, particularly in the UK, to describe the involvement of specialists listening to, developing their understanding of, and interacting with, non specialists (as defined by England s university funding agency,… …

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  • 17 Table dormant — Table of fixed position in the hall or main room of a house. Most tables were trestle tables, to be dismantled after use, so creating more space in the main public room. A table dormant implied its owner had ample space and money enough for such… …

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  • 18 Public holidays in Thailand — Religious Buddhist Sabbaths, colloquial th. วันพระ Wan Phra, are the New, First quarter, Full, and Third quarter Moon days. These are not normally days off th. วันหยุด wan yoot, except for butcher, barber and beautician shops that observe the… …

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  • 19 Public Patent Foundation — Public Patent Foundation, or PUBPAT, is a nonprofit organization that seeks to limit perceived abuse of the United States patent system. It was founded in 2003 by Dan Ravicher. As of 2004, there was growing concern by many technology… …

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  • 20 Public holidays in Indonesia — Public holidays in IndonesiaThe following table indicates declared Indonesian government national holidays for year 2008 only cultural variants also provide opportunity for holidays tied to local events. Beside official holiday, there are the so… …

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