bridge table

bridge′ ta`ble


n.
[1900–05]
References in classic literature ?
The Prince glanced at his watch, and then at the bridge tables ready set out.
She rose and looked over one of the bridge tables for a minute.
I was running backwards and forwards and one of the chaps at the Bridge table said, 'I don't want to be nosy but can I ask what's going on?' "So I told him and he said he'd just been reading about a BT scam.
"Bridge Table," the sleek showstopper of aluminum and tungsten carbide that greets visitors in the main part of the exhibit, resembles a smooth, silver-colored tree, with four trunk-like legs that separate into branches and extend to support a gleaming, flat surface.
His mind stayed clear and his game well played until a massive stroke at age 95 felled him at the bridge table. Exactly the outcome he would have wanted, she says.
Over the past eight years the company has been the successful partner for around 80% of the infrastructure projects in Qatar, thanks to its distinctive bridge table system, which combines efficiency and practicality.
The work involves the construction of the superstructure with mechanical equipment and electrical installation of a bridge table in the N983 on the Van Starkenborghkanaal to Aduard.
There are times at the bridge table when playing a misleading card is essential if you are to have any chance of an optimum result.
Fact tables, dimension tables and even the occasional evil bridge table must all be maintained.
Lilly Port, a 98-year-old who is master of her bridge table in Scarsdale, is one of the subjects.
SHORTLY AFTER THE EPISODE at the bridge table, Albert Saxe, in his middle 40's, wangled a captaincy with the Corps of Engineers and went to Washington, where he designed bridges to replace the ones our boys were blowing up in Europe.