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Lift Top Coffee Table Sets
- A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
- 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.
- low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served
- (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 function which allows the top of a piece of Amish Furniture, such as a coffee table, to be raised. Lift-tops provide a way to store miscellaneous itmes such as coasters, DVDs, CD, remote controls and many other items.
- A group of people with common interests or occupations or of similar social status
- (set) a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used; "a set of books"; "a set of golf clubs"; "a set of teeth"
- (set) put: put into a certain place or abstract location; "Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point"
- A group or collection of things that belong together, resemble one another, or are usually found together
- A collection of implements, containers, or other objects customarily used together for a specific purpose
- (set) fit(p): (usually followed by `to' or `for') on the point of or strongly disposed; "in no fit state to continue"; "fit to drop"; "laughing fit to burst"; "she was fit to scream"; "primed for a fight"; "we are set to go at any time"
Steve Silver Nero Lift Top Rectangle Coffee Table Set in Espresso - NE5000E
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I wish you all the best, Hugh
Summer Ball 2011.
Click on the picture. It looks so much better on black.
So today was my brother's last day at school. I slept through 'til 11.30am. I heard my brother talking to my Mum at some point, but went back to sleep. There was coffee with the Governors before Prize Giving and I snaffled a biscuit on my way downstairs.
My parents came by quickly with the Custos' husband, and gave his coffee and the paper to read outside while his wife went to Lower School assembly and gave out prizes there. I dressed and went outside to read too, but sat on the swing seat away from him, so as not to disturb him or freak him out. he wandered round the garden after a little while.
When it got cold I went inside and read my Dad's speech, which he'd left on the table, and waited for someone to come home.
My brother came home first and told me he was going out with his friends to Shrewsbury. Ben needed to pick up his tux for that evening, but they also all wanted a McDonalds. He told me that during last Chapel he felt like he could have teared up, and that apparently Ben had actually teared up. Understandable really. We chatted for a little while, and he hugged Toddy close, and then Ben drove round with Luke and James - in a mini, with a silver Union Flag on top, which made me roll my eyes a little - and Hugh went out.
After reading for a bit my parents came home. I told them about the weird gun shots I'd heard all day, and then they told me about the pranks some fucking morons had pulled at school. I don't want to go into them because they made me so angry, and still do (if I could punch the culprits I would), but it involved animal cruelty and general meanness and disrespect to those who don't deserve it, and it made me so angry and upset.
Anyway, my parents told me about the day so far, and I gave them big hugs and my Mum said she cried through chapel because Hugh was leaving the school. She talked me through the drinks and food to give to prepare for Hugh's friends when they came over later, and then she and went to get ready for a charity event she had before the Ball.
My brother came home and I hung out in his room for ages before he fell asleep. I watched TV for a little while (I'd been reading Castle Rackrent and Volume 1 of The Arabian Nights all morning), and got the food ready before my Dad made Pimms for them to drink later. It took a bit of work to get my brother up, but I figure seeing as he'll be up so late tonight it'll have done him a bit of good to sleep in the afternoon. Anyway, he showered and dressed and then came and told me that James had mentioned that someone had planted bangers in our garden, and that it wasn't guns I was hearing, but the fucking bangers. Again, this only increased my desire to push someone. They were so loud and were freaking the hell out of me, and I was worried because we have cats and it could have shocked them terribly.
My Mum came home and chopped some strawberries for the Pimms, and I told her about the bangers. She was just as angry as me. People don't seem to get it. It's not funny, and the fact that they were in our garden is just an invasion of privacy, which is something that constantly happens here. It bothers me more than the rest of my family I think. Because of my Mum and Dad's jobs, and the fact that I see staff outside of a formal setting and know their families/personal lives etc. I see them as people. That's something a lot of students I've encountered seem to forget. Now, I understand that I see things in a different context from a lot of students, because of my background, but surely it's not hard for students to realise that people have lives outside of their jobs, and are not just teachers to do whatever you like to? Again, I have this problem with respect for other people, which was severely lacking among the people I lived with at uni, and with a lot of the people I encounter here. My Dad always sees the best in people, and is so optimistic. I see people behaving disgustingly and harden my heart against them. I know that it's a minority who behave like that, so I'm just going to have to keep reminding myself of that. However, it serves as another example of why I find 'other people' not worth bothering with (though I admit that I'm speaking in generalisations).
I mentioned that I hoped the bangers had scared our cats, and we realised Toddy had been out all afternoon hadn't been home all evening. I thought he might have just been scared by one, but then Hugh started to worry that Stumpy had got him as part of a revenge plan for something that happened last year. He started to panic, and I have to admit that I did a little bit too. I'd already been out in the garden to see if I could find anymore bangers, and he went out and searched for Toddy and then we both went and searched again together. It's totally normal for Toddy to go out all afternoon, but the bangers and the fireworks tonight made me want to get all of the cats in.
My Mum start
[Yapster]????,????,????~2008--- City View...From one of the poorest residential area in Singapore.
Meeting The Oracle Bro today to collect my 70-200 f2.8 VR (Wohoo, finally collected my first piece of Nikon Zoom Trinity).
But set off early cos i want to have a nice breakfast at the coffee shop near my house. (which didn't turn out so well cos i woke up kinda late and my favourite ingredients for the economic bee hoon is sold out.)
Well, as most of you guys who bought stuffs from Oracle before, his workplace is in China town and so i head to China Town for a short walkabout shoot with my 12-24 Tokina and my latest purchased Kenko Pro 1 Digital CPL from TK.
The initial target was to try out if CPL works well for HDR (seriously, i should name mine Tone Mapping, as what lastboltnut bro mentioned).
Thus, as usual, i walk and walk.
By the way, the Chinatown Market is re-opened after a long renovation.
But only some of the stalls are open for business.
Anyway, have always wanted to try to shoot from the tall HDB flats around that area so i can get a bird eye view on the city from there.
Thus, i ended up choosing Blk 5.
I went in from the 2nd storey (or 3rd?)
There was an old man in the lift.
The moment i stepped in, i can sense his eyes moving up and down around me.
Don't get me wrong, he is no pervert or something.
Apparently, this few HDBs are occupied by elderly who are living alone or who are financially not well off. So i guess he must be wondering what is this fat and looks kinda rich kid doing here in our block?
I reached the top floor (top floor based on the lift. I saw another staircase leading to higher floors. but i guess this is high enough).
I turned left and walk towards the staircase corner where i can shoot from there.
The corridor was narrow and dark.
The doors were mainly shut.
Only one unit was opened.
I walked, took a peep inside.
One bed like, 20cm was placed near the door.
One small table, with 2 stools.
One small TV showing channel 8 was entertaining the only resident in the unit.
Exactly as what i've seen on real life documentary on TV on their living environment and lifestyle.
A real experience, i tell myself. And life ain't so bad.
Finally, reached the corner.
I can tell you, the view was nice, as you can see from the shot.
And the wind was blowing, and it really feels so good.
It is really a big difference from how i've feel when i was walking through the corridor.
It's a world apart from 1 corner to the other.
Anyway, took my shot and quickly left that place. Cos my legs were wobbling as i've got very bad height phobia.
Ya, i know it is in the mind, but then, the sense of insecurity just came into my mind when i was having half my body above the railing.
Haha, sense of insecurity...How bad can it be compared to the financial insecurity that the elderly living there are facing?
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