Raised table


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(Arch. & Sculp.) a raised or projecting member of a flat surface, large in proportion to the projection, and usually rectangular, - especially intended to receive an inscription or the like.

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Further east, a raised table - a raised area of road designed as a traffic calming measure - will be built where it meets the B1322 New York Road.
"The scheme will involve installing a raised table - raising the level of the road outside the school for a few metres to slow traffic down.
asphalt flat topped raised table 75 mm in height will be provided.
This place has a choice between either traditionally sitting on the floor with a slightly raised table or the usual table-and-chair configuration.
"These have included the resurfacing of the road, widening of the footpaths, the installation of bollards and chicanes, the upgrade of the crossing from a pelican to a puffin crossing, the installation of a 20mph zone and a raised table on which the crossing sits to further reduce traffic speed.
However, in a twist members of Bagillt Community Council have now informed the county council they no longer support the installation of a zebra crossing on the raised table on the highway outside Foresters Hall on High Street.
However, in August 2011 two priority narrowing crossing points were replaced with raised table crossing points."
There are two large booths with tables, six swivel armchairs, a couch, four moveable tables, twenty-five adjustable height chairs, a large raised table with a table top projector mounted on it, and several personal tables, stools, and ottomans.
He added another contra-flow was introduced to the A23 in Brighton, but when similar problems emerged a zebra crossing on a raised table was used to make crossing safer.
From the big, raised table farthest from the stage, I noticed the band winning over strangers.
What was especially individual about Otto III was thus for him his unusual personal behaviour: visiting the doge of Venice in secret; or dining on his own at a raised table rather than together with his intimates and magnates.