He leaves Germany but he would always have his desk with him, and his desk represents for him the real soul of Germany.
He shot himself at his desk on the fifth floor of the Corner House, leaving a note warning others of the atrocities to come.
Congress could try to block the second increase, but Obama could veto a “resolution of disapproval” that crosses his desk.
On the other desk is a computer that is connected to the internet.
In an interview with ABC News on Sunday, Hicks said he was given a desk job that is the equivalent of being “put in closet.”
He lifted the flap of his desk and kept it up with his head while he surveyed the interior.
"I knew he'd plunge," he said, taking the chair proffered him, near Shepler's desk.
"That's business," said Mr Parmenter, getting up and going to Lennard's desk.
For a time Grace sat at her desk with the letter in her hand.
Danley quickly got to his feet and began putting the books on his desk.
mid-14c., from Medieval Latin desca "table to write on" (mid-13c.), from Latin discus "quoit, platter, dish," from Greek diskos. The Medieval Latin is perhaps via Italian desco. Used figuratively of office or clerical work since 1797; desk job is first attested 1965.