Some articles on chairs, chair:
... OF 2010 Secretary General- Michelle Ocfemia Chairs of the General Assembly (GA)- Catherine Park, Michelle Ocfemia Chairs of the Commission on African ...
... Chair (Latin cathedra, Greek kathedra, "seat", Polish katedra) is an equivalent of an academic department in Poland, a division of a university or school faculty ... Originally, a cathedra is the chair or throne of a bishop, a symbol of the bishop's teaching authority in the Roman Catholic Church ... Faculty (Wydział) Institute (Instytut) Chair (Katedra) Centre (Zakład) Research Group (Pracownia, Zespół) Usually degree programmes are conducted within the framework ...
... Each classroom contains roughly around forty chairs and two tables for a classroom setup, thirty to forty chairs with tables in a square for the board room ...
Famous quotes containing the word chairs:
“My verse has brought me no roubles to spare:
no craftsmen have made mahogany chairs for my house.”
—Vladimir Mayakovsky (18931930)
“Behind her was confusion in the room,
Of chairs turned upside down to sit like people
In other chairs, and something, come to look,
For every room a house has parlor, bedroom,
And dining room thrown pell-mell in the kitchen.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“I had three chairs in my house; one for solitude, two for friendship, three for society.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)