Definition of Parsons table
1. Noun. A sturdy rectangular table with block legs at the four corners; the top and the legs are the same width.
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Literary usage of Parsons table
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1. General Index to the Four Volumes of Ore Dressingby Robert Hallowell Richards by Robert Hallowell Richards (1909)
"802, 803, 804, 809, 810, 813 Parsons table 669 pneumatic belt concentrator 818 Richards annular classifier 406 roasting for magnetism 815 slime table 1172 ..."
2. The Western Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge: A by Montague Rhodes James, Roger Gale (1901)
"Note on Robert Parsons. Table of Contents: 1. Leicester's Commonwealth 2. Nota ex quodam vetusto codice scripto in ..."
3. A Treatise on Fire & Thief-proof Depositories and Locks and Keys by of Wolverhampton George Price, George Price (1856)
"54312 120 54321 On reference to Mr. Parsons' table, at page 438, the number of the various combinations which may be produced by the different numbers of ..."
4. Family Monographs: The History of Twenty-four Families Living in the Middle by Elsa Goldina Herzfeld (1905)
"And is not mutual understanding the basis of comradeship and mutual consideration between the sexes ? ELSIE CLEWS PARSONS. TABLE ..."