4 X 2 Folding Table : Hydraulic Lift Coffee Table
- A folding table is a table with legs that fold up against the table top. This is intended to make storage more convenient and to make the table more portable.
- (Folding tables) A trestle table is an item of furniture comprising two or three trestle supports linked by a longitudinal cross-member over which a board or tabletop is placed.
- X2 may refer to: * Square (algebra), also known as the "algebraic square", a concept in algebra * Chi-square distribution, a theoretical probability distribution widely used in inferential statistics
- X2 (often promoted as X2: X-Men United) is a 2003 superhero film based on the fictional characters the X-Men. Directed by Bryan Singer, it is the second film in the X-Men film series.
- Derek Lamar Fisher (born August 9, 1974) is an American professional basketball player who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers. His NBA career has spanned more than 14 years, during which he has won 5 NBA Championships.
- four: being one more than three
- four: the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one
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Camera bag contents
The "normal" contents of my camera bag. Taken by a Nikon D40x at ISO 400 with a Nikon 18-55mm VR kit lens. (at 18) This is the first picture I've posted taken with the VR version of the kit lens - I've previously posted pictures from one of the two non-VR versions I own, both of which now have broken lens mounts. (M#@$f#@$in' plastic mounts!)
Naturally, since this is a working photographer's bag, some items are in constant flux: the film and batteries, for example!
See the notes for equipment ID: the top edge has various dishes that are on my dining room table, the backdrop for the shot...
I normally carry at least one, usually two (as seen) spare SD or SDHC memory cards for my digital camera; I normally carry a 4 Gb in-camera, with a 2 Gb and an 8 Gb as spares. (the blue card above is a 4 Gb) My 2 Gb card is a Class-2, my 4 GB cards are class-4, and the 8 Gb card is a class-6. Yes, i have run out of the house with the digital camera but no card in it!
Normally, the camera taking the picture (a Nikon D40x) is shoulder carried with the kit lens attached; however if a birding expedition is in progress, the kit lens is in the camera bag, and the Sigma 70-300 is attached to the D40x. The FT2 may be out of the bag, too, for macro photography... (typically wildflowers)
Now the obvious question: why do I load all these? I tend to keep the cameras specialized: the FT2 for macros, the OM-1 for portraits, the SP-1000 for low-light non-flash, the Ikonta for B/W self-portraits, (It's the only one with a reliable self-timer...) etc...
Note also that three different film/image-sensor sizes are represented: four if you count the taking camera. (35mm ? frame, 35mm full frame, 6x6 and a 1.5 crop factor Digital camera)
Expat Series 4a: Philippine "Magic" Dining Table
Philippine Dining "Magic" Table
Narra wood with bone inlay.
Part of an important suite of Philippine Dining Furniture
Composed of four (4) parts: Two (2) demilune tables forming the ends. And two (2) rectangular tables forming the separable mid-sections.
Seats 10A Suite of Custom Made Philippine Dining Room Furniture
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.
Dining table: h: 30 x l: 86 x d: 43.5
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.
4 x 2 folding table
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X2 does a fine job of picking up where X-Men left off, giving fans more of what they liked the first time around. Under the serious-minded custody of returning director Bryan Singer, the second film of this Marvel comics franchise ups the ante on Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and the superhero mutants from the first film, pitting them against a mutant-hating scientist (Brian Cox) who's determined to wipe out the mutant race by tricking Xavier into abusing his telepathic powers. More a series of spectacles than a truly satisfying thriller, X2 introduces new mutant allies while giving each of the X-Men alumni--notably the temporarily helpful Magneto (Ian McKellen)--their own time in the spotlight. Well aware of the parallels between "mutantism" and virulent intolerance in the real world, Singer lends real gravity to the proceedings, injecting dramatic urgency into a continuing franchise that, in lesser hands, might've grown patently absurd. --Jeff Shannon
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