Tables are normally flat & probably every person owns one or more - at least has one in their abode..
Or they are the way children reinforce their understanding of number.
And they can be turned.
Before calculators, we had them in books or used a slide rule.
In the Queenie english but American engilish now rules the world..Get used to it..
Another possible ruse to get people to responded. It seems it worked..
Oh god the humour! Stop it! My sides are hurting!
Yeah DICK, keep on laughing..
I'm reliably informed that in Amharic tables are culturally unknown, and the word for table (derived from Greek) only has one meaning - a group of Church elders. Not many people know this...... (I read it so long ago that I'm not even entirely sure I know it either now...)
We are looking for old French farmhouse tables in any wood. Preferably large ones that will seat 8-10 people.
I've got a huge oak refractory which we got from a restaurant. Comfortably seats 14 people. Quite attached to it but might be prepared to let it go for offers exceeding 2000€