1 It was openly criticised and freely discussed at table.
2 Madame Lebrun knocked on the table with her knife handle.
3 She took her seat at table between old Monsieur Farival and Madame Ratignolle.
4 In a sweeping passion she seized a glass vase from the table and flung it upon the tiles of the hearth.
5 Really, this table is getting to be more and more like Bedlam every day, with everybody talking at once.
6 It was very pleasant there on the side porch, where there were chairs, a wicker lounge, and a small table.
7 He and his wife seated themselves at table one Tuesday evening, a few weeks after their return from Grand Isle.
8 The letter was right there at hand in the drawer of the little table upon which Edna had just placed her coffee cup.
9 He turned to answer some question put to him by his mother, and Edna, having finished her black coffee, left the table.
10 All that noise and confusion at the table must have upset me," replied Edna, "and moreover, I hate shocks and surprises.
11 Mademoiselle set the tray which she brought in upon a small table near at hand, and seated herself once again on the lumpy sofa.
12 Edna wished to see the letter, and Madame Lebrun told her to look for it either on the table or the dresser, or perhaps it was on the mantelpiece.
13 The cut glass, the silver, the heavy damask which daily appeared upon the table were the envy of many women whose husbands were less generous than Mr. Pontellier.
14 But there was a cloth spread upon the table that stood against the wall, and a cover was laid for one, with a crusty brown loaf and a bottle of wine beside the plate.
15 They saved her from starvation, as Madame Lebrun's table was utterly impossible; and no one save so impertinent a woman as Madame Lebrun could think of offering such food to people and requiring them to pay for it.
16 There was no special message to Edna except a postscript saying that if Mrs. Pontellier desired to finish the book which he had been reading to her, his mother would find it in his room, among other books there on the table.
17 As Edna seated herself at table with them she thought, "Better a dinner of herbs," though it did not take her long to discover that it was no dinner of herbs, but a delicious repast, simple, choice, and in every way satisfying.
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