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54 X 54 Dining Table
- A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.
- A table on which meals are served in a dining room
- a table at which meals are served; "he helped her clear the dining table"; "a feast was spread upon the board"
- (Dining Tables) The first dining tables of which survivors remain are the type known as refectory tables. They are made usually of oak, and one of the earliest, at Penshurst Place in Kent, has a typical thick top of joined planks supported on three separate trestles.
- fifty-four: being four more than fifty
- Argentina made major changes to its telephone numbering plan in 1999, this page describes the changes and the current dialing practices. (For a general overview of the Argentine phone network, see the relevant section of the article about Communications in Argentina.)
- Year 54 (LIV) was a common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
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Hagerty 19910 25-By-54-inch Table Leaf Storage Bag, Burgundy
Store and protect your table leaf with the best table leaf storage solution by Hagerty. The table leaf accessory not only protects your table leaf, but also maintains the sheen of your wood leaflet. The table leaf storage bag is quite soft as it has a 100-percent cotton flannel construction. There won’t be any dusts, scratches or fading of wood on this table leaf storage bag. With an easy-to-use slip over design, this table leaf bag also has a sturdy zipper which offers full safety. Measuring 25-inch width by 54-inch depth, the table leaf storage bag has a fine burgundy color that adds to the elegance of your table leaf.
A FRAUD THROUGH AND THROUGH
Who wrote 'Dreams From My Father'? Note: This is a summary of the evidence columnist Jack Cashill has compiled regarding the true authorship of Barack Obama's "Dreams From My Father." If you're a member of the media and would like to interview Jack Cashill, e-mail WND. A number of diverse independent agents have been working on the authorship of Barack Obama's 1995 memoir, "Dreams From My Father." This includes five different stylometric analysts, here and in England. The unmistakable conclusion: Skilled editor and writer Bill Ayers was the primary author of important sections of Obama's book and editor of the work as a whole. This stylometric analysis merely confirms the evidence drawn from the many other lines of forensic analysis that follow, which, taken together, overwhelm the dispassionate observer. There is no contrary evidence other than Obama's name on the book. The team working on this project includes university professors who have distinguished themselves in the statistical analysis of authorship, systems engineers, writers and Ph.D. literary analysts. Understandably, given the treatment by the dominant media of people who choose to question the Obama candidacy – Joe the Plumber comes to mind – some of those who have worked on this project have asked us not to reveal their identities. They are not being paranoid, especially those who work in public universities. They are merely being prudent, an unfortunate comment on the academy today. Jack Cashill, who initiated the project, has a Ph.D. in American studies, is a professional writer, writing teacher and author of many books, among them "Hoodwinked," a study of literary and intellectual fraud. What follows is a quick summary of eight distinct lines of inquiry: 1. A literary history of Obama and Ayers 2. A stylistic analysis 3. An assessment of the several stories that appear in the work of both Obama and Ayers 4. An analysis of their stunningly parallel metaphors 5. A review of their shared postmodern themes 6. An evaluation of Dreams' odd 1960s consciousness 7. An assessment of the revealing 2004 preface and 1995 introduction 8. A data-driven stylometric analysis As shall be seen, the existing evidence severely tests Obama's claim of a superficial relationship with the self-declared "communist" Ayers. This appears to be a conscious and consequential deception. 1. Literary history In 1995, Barack Obama produced a lyrical masterwork that Time magazine has called "the best-written memoir ever produced by an American politician." Yet all the Obama samples we have unearthed before 1995 are pedestrian and uninspired. There is no precedent for this kind of literary transformation. It is as if a high 90s golfer suddenly showed up with his PGA card – with no known practice rounds in between. We will be happy to show these early examples to anyone who cares to see them. The Obama camp has refused all inquiries on grades, SAT scores, LSAT scores, student theses, or any other documents that would flesh out what Politico calls Obama's "scant paper trail." Despite being named president of the Harvard Law Review – more of a popularity than a literary contest – Obama has, most unusually, written nothing under his own name for the HLR or any other legal journal. Sometime between 1992 and 1994, Simon & Schuster canceled the advance it had offered Obama to write "Dreams." Obama had not been able to finish the book on his own. Ayers could help. He provided an informal editing service for like-minded friends in the neighborhood. Fellow radical Rashid Khalidi attests to this in the very first sentence of the acknowledgements in his 2004 book, "Resurrecting Empire." "There are many people without whose support and assistance I could not have written this book, or written it in the way that it was written," he writes. "First, chronologically, and in other ways, comes Bill Ayers." Ayers and Obama have a good deal in common. Both grew up in comfortable white households and have struggled to find an identity as black men ever since. Just as Obama resisted "the pure and heady breeze of privilege" to which he was exposed as a child, Ayers too resisted "white skin privilege" or at least tried to. "I also thought I was black," says Ayers only half-jokingly. As proof of his righteousness, Ayers named his first son "Malik" after the newly Islamic Malcolm X and the second son "Zayd" after Black Panther Zayd Shakur. Ayers began his radical career as a "community organizer" in Cleveland. There was a good deal of literary back-scratching going on in Chicago's Hyde Park. Obama, for instance, wrote a short and glowing review of Ayers' 1997 book, "A Kind and Just Parent," for the Chicago Tribune. In that same book, perhaps with a self-congratulatory wink, Ayers cites the &
Expat Series 4: A Highly Important Complete Philippine Dining Suite
A Suite of Custom Made Philippine Dining Room Furniture circa 1931 Narra Wood with Bone Inlay. The complete dining suite is comprised of two (2) armchairs, eight (8) side chairs, a four part dining room table also called a MAGIC TABLE, a MESA ALTAR (altar table) here functioning as a sideboard, an etagere or display cabinet and two folding serving trays. The bone inlays are masterfully done in the still fashionable arts nouveau style with its naturalistic flower motiff and sinusous, curvilinear- shaped decorative detail. Display cabinet: h: 67.5 x l: 42 x d: 17.5 inches. Side board: h: 37 x l: 54 x d: 24.75 inches. Dining table: h: 30 x l: 86 x d: 43.5 Provenance: This dining room suite was made to order in 1931 for Commander and Mrs. Wm. P. Bacon then Lt. Comdr U.S.N., Captain of the Yard, and Commanding Officer for the Olangapo Naval Base operations, Philippines. The furniture was made at The Farmer's Store, Lumber & General Merchandise, Furniture, Novelties by Teodoro Tinio, Proprietor, Angeles Pampanga. The bone inlay is from dead cavalry horses at Fort Stotsenburg. The first occasion the furniture was used was in 1931 when Comdr. & Mrs. W. P. Bacon gave a luncheon in honor of Governor General Theodore Roosevelt and a number of Navy Officers and their wives. Historical Note 1: Ft. Stotsenberg was the original site of Clark Airbase. It was named after Colonel John M. Stotsenburg, a Captain of the Sixth U.S. Cavalry, and a Colonel of the First Nebraska Volunteers who was killed while leading his regiment in action near Quingua (Guagua?), Bulacan, the Philippines on April 23, 1899. Fort Stotsenburg was home to the 1st Philippine Artillery Regiment. Before and during WWII, Ft. Stotensenberg was also home to the Philippine's 26th Cavalry Regiment. Historical Note 2: William Palmer Bacon, Lieutenant United States Navy, elder son of Willis Bacon and Margaret Palmer, was born in Tiffin, Ohio, June 9th. 1894. He was graduated from Tiffin, High School in June, 1912. In July, 1912, he entered the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland. In 1916 he was graduated from the Naval Academy, as Ensign, U. S. N. The U. S. government assigned him to the U. S. S. San Diego (then the flag ship) in the Pacific Fleet. A short time later, all officers from the Admiral down were transferred to the U. S. S. Pittsburgh, which was sent to the Mexican border to do patrol duty. After the disturbance with Mexico was quelled, William was advanced to the grade of Lieutenant, j. g., and the U. S. S. Pittsburg was called to South America for government chity. In 1917, after war was declared against Germany, William transferred from the Pacific Fleet to the Atlantic Fleet and was assigned to the U. S. S. Aroostook (for foreign service) which proved to be a mine planter. Before leaving for overseas service, William was again advanced to the grade of Lieutenant, s. g., which corresponds with Captain in the army. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about William Palmer Bacon Name: William Palmer Bacon Service Info.: NA United States Navy Birth Date: 9 Jun 1894 Death Date: 17 Nov 1974 Interment Date: 4 Dec 1974 Cemetery: Arlington National Cemetery Cemetery Address: C/O Director Arlington, VA 22211 Buried At: Section 8 Site 474-B Historical Note 3: Source: Ohio Military Men, 1917-18 about William Palmer Bacon Name: William Palmer Bacon Serial Number: Lieutenant (Permanent) Race: W Residence: 277 Monroe St., Tiffin, O. Birth Place: Tiffin, O. Birth Date / Age: 9 June 1894 Assigns Comment: Appointed Midshipman from Ohio 31 July 1912; Ensign (Permanent) 3 June 1916; Lieutenant (Junior Grade) (Temporary) 1 July 1917; Lieutenant (Temporary) 1 Jan 1918; Let (Junior Grade) (Permanent) 2 June 1919; Lieutenant (Permanent) 1 July 1920. Duty on United States Ship Pittsburgh 12 Feb 1917 to 21 Sept 1917; New York NY to await orders to 4 Dec 1917; Navy Yard Boston Mass Connection fitting out Aroostock and on board as Gunnery Officer when Commission to 30 July 1919. In Service regular Navy as Lieutenant Commander. Called to active duty 31 July 1912.
54 x 54 dining table
Whether you’re playing cards or eating dinner, the ALPS dining table is sure to be a hit! On your next outing, take one of these tables along and make your event even more enjoyable. This easy-to-use folding table is great for camping, backyard barbecues, holiday get-togethers, and tailgating. Made with a sturdy aluminum X-frame and fold-up top, the table sets up easily and is designed with no interfering side supports so chairs can move up close. You can comfortably sit up to the table without worrying about hitting your knees on the side supports. When the party's over, the tabletop and frame collapse quickly and slide easily into a convenient shoulder carry bag for compact storage or transport. As durable, sturdy, and lightweight as this table is, it’s easy to see why it is a top seller!
Whether you're playing cards or eating dinner, the ALPS Mountaineering dining table is your go-to spot. On your next outing, take this table along for meal and game time at the campsite. This easy-to-use folding table is great for camping, backyard barbecues, holiday get-together's, and tailgating. Made with a sturdy aluminum X-frame and fold-up top, the table sets up easily and is designed without interfering side supports so chairs can be set close.When the party's over, the tabletop and frame collapse quickly and slide easily into a convenient shoulder carry bag for compact storage or transport.
Size: 28 by 55 by 28 inches tall (W x L x H)
Weight: 14 pounds
Aluminum fold-up top
Sturdy aluminum X-frame
Shoulder carry bag included
Carry Bag Dimensions: 5 by 7 by 55 inches
Anodized aluminum frame
Great for tailgating, camping, and backyard use