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Round Motion Coffee Table

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  • A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.
  • (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.
  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
  • low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served
  • Make a proposal in a deliberative or legislative body
  • gesticulate: show, express or direct through movement; "He gestured his desire to leave"
  • movement: a natural event that involves a change in the position or location of something
  • Direct or command (someone) with a movement of the hand or head
  • gesture: the use of movements (especially of the hands) to communicate familiar or prearranged signals
  • Alter (a number) to one less exact but more convenient for calculations
  • a charge of ammunition for a single shot
  • Give a round shape to
  • from beginning to end; throughout; "It rains all year round on Skye"; "frigid weather the year around"
  • Pass and go around (something) so as to move on in a changed direction
  • wind around; move along a circular course; "round the bend"
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sltrib, July 22, 2011. I noticed this because by the pleasing of the children, the dragons breath is shown to be cool rather than hot. I copied because I thought it would fit well with an interesting paragraph I read in the Derveni Papyrus, Cosmology, Theology and Interpretation, Gabor Betegh, p. 210. This is one of the books I have been holding. Although I have noted several passages, as I was preparing to shelve it yesterday, it came open to this paragraph and I decided it looked like a passage from [[[]]] in which elemental femininity is described as a cold, watery humour [ a blue flame, as I recall] that wraps itself around the hot, dry male spirit and by cooling, tempering, "restricting and counter-balancing" the flaming hot chaos of lonely masculine desire brings about the material form of creation, Eros (at least as I imagine Berdeyv understood it). ["nice" patronizing tone.] I doubt I'll ever find the passage again]]] If this sentence expresses a wholesome idea as I hope it does, it must be said that my understanding and memory of the passages from [[[[]]]] that inspired it were incomplete and inaccurate and it's my reading of the author's translation and commentary that informed its wholeness: These considerations make it probable that the cooling and perhaps coagulating force of the night, as described in the last lines of col. 10 should be seen in relation to the cosmogonic works of Mind. The cool night is definitely on the side of the sun-regulating Mind, restricting and counterbalancing the heating and melting force of the sun. Furthermore, it has to be said that even in the Mediterranean climate, there are after all not that many things which actually melt or dissolve during the day and then coagulate again during the night. Hence, it is perhaps not totally improbable that the night referred to in this passage is something more general than the dark hours of a normal day, and close[r?] to the long-duration cosmogonic function of air/Mind. The name "Mind" is given to Kronos in col.14 [?he made] to leap the brightest and the hottest having separated it from himself. He says that this Kronos was born from the sun to the earth because he became the cause through the sun that they were struck against each other. For this reason he says: "(He) who did a great deed." And after this: Ouranos son of Night, who first of all ruled Naming Mind that strikes (? the beings) [I thought it must be sky or sun and earth, father and mother or something but all you need to understand, I think, is that movement is contingent on time and is measured by the position in space of one object relative to another.] against each other Kronos he says that it did a great deed to Ouranos; for (he says that) he (sc. Ouranos [sky]) was deprived of his kingdom (chaos my insertion). He named Kronos (time mine) himself from his action and the others too according to the same principle. For of all the things that are...nature... that he got deprived of his kingdom...the things that are.... And the term "air" is discussed in Col. 23, This verse has been made misleading and it is unclear to the many, but to those who understand correctly it is clear that Okeanos is the air and air is Zeus. It is not the case that another Zeus contrived Zeus, but that the same one (contrived) for himself great strength. But those who do not understand think that Okeanos is a river because he (sc. Orpheus) added the epithet 'broadly flowing'. But he indicates his meaning in current and customary expressions. For they say that the very powerful among men 'flowed great'. And the next verse: he placed in it the sinews of the silver-eddying Achelous He does [not give] the name Achelous to water. [? The meaning of the phrase] that he placed in the sinews is that the...appears in...each... col. II ...of Night. He says that she proclaims the oracle out of the inner most shrine (his view being that the depth of the night is "never setting; for it does not set as the light does, but the sunlight overtakes it as it remains stationary. 2 sam 22-12 And he made darkness [to] pavilions round about him, dark waters... 2Chron. 6-1 Then said Solomon, The LORD hath said that he would dwell in the thick darkness. but I have built a habitation for thee... By saying "by mating", he (sc. Orpheus) makes clear that divided up into small (pieces) they were moving and mating in the air, and as they were mating, yhey all got put together with each other. They were mating until each came to its like. Aphrodite Ouranis, and Zeus, and to aphrodise, and to mate, and Peitho, and Harmonia are given as names to the same god. A man mingling with a woman is said by common usage to aphrodise. For this reason as the things that are now got mixed with one another, this god has got the name Aphrodite, (It has got the name) Peitho, because the beings yielded to one another' and to yield and to pers
All it took to set him off was one single hair. Human, animal, synthetic – didn’t matter. If it was in or near his food, that was it – he stopped eating. Pushed his plate away, made his repulsed face and, often as not, dressed down the wife for her sloppy habits in the kitchen. If the hair was on his clothing, he would change. Immediately. And, often as not, dress down the wife for her lousy skills with the laundry. If the hair was on the furniture, he would leave the room. The wife would take the point about her awful housekeeping. Through it all she kept her own long black hair twisted tight in a high round bun. The kids made fun of it. God knew why. But they found that mound of hair atop her head ridiculously funny. One of their favourite games was to sneak up behind her with something long and skinny like a pencil and… for simple amusement… impale the bun, running it through like the loser in a sword fight. Sometimes she’d feel the intrusion and swat at the offending child while the others laughed. Other times she had no clue, and that made the children laugh even harder. She took her hair very seriously. Once a week, she washed it, combed it out and rolled it up with bobby pins and pink foam curlers with rectangular plastic snaps. Her hair had always been stick straight, and she liked it curly. Not that anyone saw. As soon as the pins and foam came out, the hair was quickly re-bunned. And that was it. Till the next week. When it was loose, it fell almost to her waist. It made her feel young and girlish and coquettish. Her husband glowered. “You look like a fucking Indian,” he said one time, after she had touched up her grey and gone, by accident, a bit too dark. Another time he told her it made her look old… all that long hair, dragging down her face. Another time, moved to kindness by her birthday or some such occasion, he offered to spring for a trip to the salon, so she could “finally get it done properly.” And he was constantly finding hairs, and removing them from wherever… and making a great drama of it… extending an arm in super-slow motion, and widening his eyes in horror and revulsion as he demonstrated the sickening length of each and every find. He had no idea how much these comments and demonstrations of disgust hurt her. How they undermined her sense of worth, her self esteem, her very sense of woman-ness. Long hair, to her, was synonymous with beauty and femininity. To him it was a pain in the ass. A cross to bear. A health hazard. And so she expected he’d be pleased (maybe even delighted) when she had it cut. She went to a neighbour, a woman who made extra money for her family by doing people’s hair; self-taught, she called herself. They did it in her kitchen, with dirty dishes and dustballs and crumbs for witnesses. Partway through… with one side short, the other hanging wet and lank… the hairdresser ran to the dining room, shouting apologies, to take her naked toddler off the table, where the kid had been sliding, crotch down. There was wailing and struggling and a few minutes passed. The wife sat alone and looked at her two different sides in the mirror – short-haired, long-haired. She thought the husband had been right after all. The long hair really did add years. She smiled as the scissors resumed their slow chop-grind through the thick heavy bunches of her hair. Afterwards, the hairdresser offered to blow it dry. At first the wife resisted. She wanted to go straight home and put it up in pins and rollers. But she told herself, “No – this is the New Me, the Modern Me, and the New Modern Me will embrace this new, electric technology and be on the cutting edge of fashion.” So she got the curling iron, too. The hairdresser rolled the wife’s hair under, all the way around, like a circle of sausage. It swung and shone when she moved her head. It looked so different. And it felt so light. And the wife thought, “I look so young!” The hairdresser offered coffee and cookies to celebrate. The wife accepted. Then she glanced at the dining room table where the coffee things were being laid out, and remembered… no, not a surface she would like to eat from. She made an excuse about being pressed for time, paid the woman, and walked back home. She couldn’t wait to show her husband. Tried on four or five different outfits that afternoon, seeking one that would show off her hair to best advantage. She made his favourite dinner. Hamburgers and mashed potatoes. Sang a little song as her hands worked the speckly meat and breadcrumbs and seasonings into neat round patties. The kids came home from school. “Wow!” they said. “You look great, Mom!” and “Wait till Dad sees – boy oh boy, is he gonna love it!” She asked the kids not to say anything to Dad. They agreed. And soon he was home. The wife stole one last glance at herself in the mirror as he walked in the door. He said nothing beyond the usual “Hi” and “Damn am I tired” and

round motion coffee table
round motion coffee table
Motion Sofa Coffee Table (Slate) (19"H x 22.5"W x 22.5"D)
The Motion Sofa Coffee Table features a compact design, perfect for use with motion sofa footrests. At just 22.5" square, this cocktail table tucks neatly between two footrests, allowing two people to use the table. A durable wood drawer box offers storage for remote controls, coasters and more. Made of solid ash wood with oak veneers and a modern black slate finish with contrasting blackened metal drawer pull. Matching black Mission Accent Tables available: Round End Table, Wine Table, End Table, Hall Table. Assembly level/degree of difficulty: Easy.