A desk is a generally wooded piece of furniture and a type of useful table often used in a school or office setting for various academic activities such as reading or writing on or using a computer.
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... Porter referred to a desk in her novel, Pollyanna “On the big, flat-topped desk in the middle of the room you'll find a telephone.” American author Jack London referred to a desk in his novel ...
... Drama Desk Awards Year Play Result Category 2012 Evita Nominated Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical ...
... In England, the Butler's Desk, a piece of furniture designed for those in service to fine houses to keep documents and records, was eminently practical and based on the ever ... The key features of the earliest form of Butlers Desk was that it began as a high desk for use by a standing person ... By the 1850s the Butlers Desk became far more stylistically diffuse ...
... Kerridge at London's Lansdowne studios, working on replacing all the valve parts for an old EMI desk with solid state technology and modifying the desk for 8 ... He asks to buy the designs for the new desk Clive and Adrian have been working on ... Clive suggests that he builds the desk for Terry, and gets together with Adrian, David Bott an engineer from "TVT", and Charles Billet of Audix (who ...
Famous quotes containing the word desk:
“Write about winter in the summer. Describe Norway as Ibsen did, from a desk in Italy; describe Dublin as James Joyce did, from a desk in Paris. Willa Cather wrote her prairie novels in New York City; Mark Twain wrote Huckleberry Finn in Hartford, Connecticut. Recently, scholars learned that Walt Whitman rarely left his room.”
—Annie Dillard (b. 1945)
“Its true, as Marya Mannes says: No one believes [a womans] time to be sacred. A man at his desk in a room with a closed door is a man at work. A woman at a desk in any room is available.”
—Lillian Breslow Rubin (20th century)
“We must rest here, for this is where the teacher comes.
On his desk stands a vase of tears.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)