While the entomology of leaf is not known for certain, it is possible it has to do with a leaf on a tree. Since a leaf is an extension of a tree, a table leaf is an extension of a table.
a leaf (as in "drop-leaf" table)
The plural form for table leaf is table leaves.
A table leaf is part of the table top that is hinged to fold down for storage.
The plural of leaf is leaves so it is table leaves
The table can be called a drop leaf table, or a butterfly table. The table can be called a drop leaf table, or a butterfly table.
The maximum seating capacity on a drop leaf table is 14.
stem and leaf table
Off table, it will save on wear and tear.
A stem and leaf plot is not a graph, but it is a table. You can turn it into a graph, a histogram, but it is simply a table that organizes your numbers.
You bang it on a table.
yes but you need the exact numbers from the intervals in the table to make a stem and leaf plot.
Today, when you go to buy a table, you will see a plethora of options. There are more than 100 types of tables such as glass table, rectangular table, drop-leaf table, coffee table, gate leg table, extendable table, wall mounted drop leaf table, trestle table and many more that are stylish and useful.
It would probably be easier to remove a leaf from the pack, or purchase a leaf set from a lighter vehicle.
We have a similar "Watertown Slide" table, made by the Louis F. Nonnast Company of Chicago, IL. It is a round table, and the stamping on the underside indicates that it would expand to 10 feet 1/2 inch, with all the leaves in place. That's one big table! It has four "ball & claw" feet, two each of which spread with the center column, as the table is expanded on it's "slide mechanism." It was, according to what we can find, patented in 1899 in Chicago by Mr. Nonnast,. himself. He has always been recognized as a very high-quality Victorian Era furniture manufacturer in the Chicago market, but shipped his goods on both national and international markets. We have been contacted by an Illinois Auction company, (I wish I would have kept their name), who offered to send one of their trucks if we would consign this table to one of their auctions. FYI, they valued it, at auction, (in the early '90s), at "possibly in excess of $5000," for whatever that is worth. All this, even though our table has only one leaf left. There's usually a story behind most antiquities, . . . Apparently, during the 1930s Great Depression Era, one year there was a terrible blizzard, and the woodpile had been either depleted, or was somehow inaccessible, so the family burned several of the leaves for this table in either the fireplace or the stove, in order to stay warm. That's the hand-me-down story on the missing leaves from our family's table, which will remain in our family for generations to come. FYI, for the past seven years, I have had a daily search on two auction sites, (eBay and Boocoo), and have never had a hit. This is apparently, not only a very high-quality table, but one that is extremely RARE.
Table is never green.
The word "four-leaf" or "four leaf" is not a noun, it is an adjective used to describe a noun, for example a four-leaf table or a four-leaf configuration.The noun form of the adjective "four leaf" is four-leaf clover, a word for a type of plant.
It is, not surprisingly, a stem-and-leaf plot.It is, not surprisingly, a stem-and-leaf plot.It is, not surprisingly, a stem-and-leaf plot.It is, not surprisingly, a stem-and-leaf plot.
It's like a stem and leaf plot, but instead of stem and leaf, use X and Y values.
It is not. Different people have different preferences for the way in which they can take in data. I'll take a well designed table over a stem and leaf any day.
Loose leaf tea can be found at teanavigator.com and arborteas.com. Teavana.com, mightyleaf.com and the englishteastore.com also specialize in loose leaf teas.
Leaf stones and other evolutionary stones can be purchase at the fourth floor in the celadon city dept store.
Yes just turn the table upside down and get to work on the stuck locks.
One can purchase leaf rakes from the following sources: Slingsby, Tesco, Rapid, D&M Tools, Lowes, Amazon, Home Depot, Sears, eBay, Argos, Gomegamart, Walmart.