table

  1. a set of data arranged in rows and columns
  2. a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top supported by one or more vertical legs
  3. food or meals in general

table

the flat top of a faceted stone
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table

The large, flat area at the top of a cut gemstone.
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table

(from the article `facet`) ...stone is the girdle; the girdle lies on a plane that separates the crown, the stone`s upper portion, from the pavilion, the stone`s base. The ...
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table

(ta´bәl) a flat layer or surface.
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table

[n] - a company of people assembled at a table for a meal or game 2. [n] - a set of data arranged in rows and columns 3. [n] - a piece of furniture with tableware for a meal laid out on it 4. [n] - a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top supported by one or more vertical legs
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Table

• (n.) A thin, flat piece of wood, stone, metal, or other material, on which anything is cut, traced, written, or painted; a tablet • (n.) The games of backgammon and of draughts. • (v. t.) To make board hems in the skirts and bottoms of (sails) in order to strengthen them in the part attached to the boltrope. • (v. t.) To delin...
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table

tabular array noun a set of data arranged in rows and columns; `see table 1`
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Table

[database] A table is a collection of related data held in a structured format within a database. It consists of fields (columns), and rows. In relational databases and flat file databases, a table is a set of data elements (values) using a model of vertical columns (which are identified by their name) and horizontal rows, the cell being th...
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Table

[furniture] A table is a form of furniture with a flat horizontal upper surface used to support objects of interest, for storage, show, and/or manipulation. Some common types of table are the dining room table, which is used for seated persons to eat meals, the coffee table, which is a low table used in living rooms to display items or serv...
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Table

[information] A table is a means of arranging data in rows and columns. The use of tables is pervasive throughout all communication, research and data analysis. Tables appear in print media, handwritten notes, computer software, architectural ornamentation, traffic signs and many other places. The precise conventions and terminology for des...
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Table

[landform] A table is a hill, flank of a mountain, or mountain, that has a flat top. This landform has numerous names in addition to `table`, including: The term `flat` is relative when speaking of tables, and often the naming or identification of a table (or table hill or mountain) is based on the appearance of the terrain feature from a d...
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Table

[parliamentary procedure] In parliamentary procedure, a motion to table has two different and contradictory meanings: Both the American and the British dialects have the sense of `to table` as to lay [the topic] on the table or to cause [the topic] to lie on the table. The difference is the idea of what the table is for, that of a shelf off...
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Table

Ta'ble intransitive verb To live at the table of another; to board; to eat. [ Obsolete] 'He . . . was driven from the society of men to table with the beasts.' South.
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Table

Ta'ble noun [ French, from Latin tabula a board, tablet, a painting. Confer Tabular , Taffrail , Tavern .] 1. A smooth, flat surface, like the side of a board; a thin, flat, smooth piece of anything; a slab. « A bagnio paved with fair tables of marble....
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Table

Ta'ble transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tableed ; present participle & verbal noun Tableing .] 1. To form into a table or catalogue; to tabulate; as, to table fines. 2. To delineate, as on a table; to...
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table

1. A smooth, flat surface, like the side of a board; a thin, flat, smooth piece of anything; a slab. 'A bagnio paved with fair tables of marble.' (Sandys) ... 2. A thin, flat piece of wood, stone, metal, or other material, on which anything is cut, traced, written, or painted; a tablet; pl. A memorandum book. 'The names . . . Written on his tables....
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Table

A diamonds table is its top facet. If the table is too small or large, this will influence the overall proportions, brilliance and fire.
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Table

A representation of data in a database. It is organised into records (rows or tuples) and attributes (columns). The attributes for map data, such as area, number of residents for example will be stored in tables.
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table

a set of data arranged in rows and columns
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table

a set of data arranged in rows and columns
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table

a set of data arranged in rows and columns
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TABLE

acronym: Tsukuba Atmospheric Boundary Layer Experiment
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Table

An extremely victory, where one player completely wipes out the other player, that they have no models remaining on the table.
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table

basic article of furniture, known and used in the Western world since at least the 7th century , consisting of a flat slab of stone, metal, wood, or ... [5 related articles]
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