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6 ROUND FOLDING TABLE. FOLDING TABLE
6 Round Folding Table. Contemporary Night Table
6 Round Folding 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.
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- Pass and go around (something) so as to move on in a changed direction
- Give a round shape to
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- a charge of ammunition for a single shot
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- six: denoting a quantity consisting of six items or units
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- six: the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one
Hina Doll Set
The top tier holds two dolls, known as imperial dolls (??? (?????) dairi-bina). These are the Emperor (???? Odairi-sama) holding a ritual baton (? shaku) and Empress (??? Ohina-sama) holding a fan. The words dairi means "imperial palace", and hina means "girl" or "princess".
The dolls are usually placed in front of a gold folding screen byobu (??)
Optional are the two lampstands, called bonbori (???), and the paper or silk lanterns that are known as hibukuro (???), which are usually decorated with cherry or ume blossom patterns.
The second tier holds three court ladies san-nin kanjo (????). Each holds sake equipment.
1.) the standing lady on the left is the backup sake-bearer Kuwae no choshi (?????)
2.)the standing lady on the right is the long-handled sake-bearer Nagae no choshi (?????)
3.)The only lady in the middle is the seated sake bearer Sanpo (??).
Accessories placed between the ladies are takatsuki (??), stands with round table-tops for seasonal sweets, excluding hishimochi.
The third tier holds five male musicians gonin bayashi (????). Each holds a musical instrument except the Utaikata (???) -singer, who holds a sensu (??)- fan. The instruments are:
Small drum Taiko (??)
Large drum Otsuzumi (??)
Hand drum Kotsuzumi (??)
YokoFue (flute) (?), or Yokobue (??)
Two ministers (daijin) are displayed on the fourth tier: the Minister of the Right (??? Udaijin) and the Minister of the Left (??? Sadaijin). The Minister of the Right is depicted as a young person, while the Minister of the Left is much older. Both are equipped with bows and arrows.
Between the two figures are covered bowl tables kakebanzen (???), also referred to as o-zen (??), as well as diamond-shaped stands hishidai (??) bearing diamond-shaped ricecakes hishimochi (??). Hishidai with feline-shaped legs are known as nekoashigata hishidai (?????). Just below the ministers: on the rightmost, a mandarin orange tree Ukon no tachibana (?????), and on the leftmost, a cherry tree Sakon no sakura (????).
The fifth tier holds three helpers or samurais as the protectors of the Emperor and Empress:
Maudlin drinker nakijogo (????),
Cantankerous drinker okorijogo (????), and
Merry drinker waraijogo (????)
These are items used within the palatial residence.
1.) tansu (??) : chest of (usually five) drawers, sometimes with swinging outer covering doors.
2.) nagamochi (??) : long chest for kimono storage.
3.) hasamibako (??) : smaller clothing storage box, placed on top of nagamochi.
4.) kyodai (??) : literally mirror stand, a smaller chest of drawer with a mirror on top.
5.) haribako (??) : sewing kit box.
6.) two hibachi (??) : hearth or burners.
7.) daisu (??) : a set of ocha dogu (????) or cha no yu dogu (?????), utensils for the tea ceremony.
These are items used when away from the palatial residence.
1.) gokago (??? or ???), a palanquin.
2.) jubako (??), a set of nested lacquered food boxes with either a cord tied vertically around the boxes or a stiff handle that locks them together.
3.) goshoguruma (???), an ox-drawn carriage favored by Heian nobility. This last is sometimes known as gisha or gyuusha (??).
Burek with Cheese
1 pkg dry yeast
1/4 c lukewarm water
1/4 tsp sugar
3 1/3 c all purpose flour
1/2 tsp salt
3/4 c lukewarm water
1/2 melted butter
9 eggs (slightly beaten)
1/2 lb crumbled feta cheese
3 TB melted butter
Butter a large round pan (15-16 in) and set aside. Prepare yeast with 1/4 c lukewarm water and 1/4 tsp sugar. Set aside. Sift flour and salt into large bowl, leaving a well in the middle. Add prepared yeast mixture into well. Begin mixing by hand and slowly add lukewarm water. Knead until dough forms a ball of medium consistency (approx 10 min). Divide dough into 14 equal parts, roll into round balls, cover and let stand for 1/2 hour. Melt 1/2 lb butter in saucepan. Roll out 4 balls into 6 in. circles, stack one on top of the other, brushing each layer with melted butter excluding the top layer. Let stand briefly, then roll out on slightly floured table to just a little bit larger than the bottom of your pan. Place in pan and brush top with melted butter. Mix filling and spread evenly to edge of pan. Now roll out one ball as thinly as you can; sprinkle with butter and gather it loosely into folds, and with a slight pull, elongate it. Starting from the center of the pan, place this dough over filling, circling it to look like a pinwheel. Repeat with remaining balls until you have reached the outer edge of your pan. Sprinkle generously with remaining butter. Cover with a tea towel and set Burek over a pan of very hot water for about 20 min. Bake in a preheated oven of 300 deg. for about 45 min or until nicely browned.
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