Shared office. We all share on big office area, except for the director and the treasurer, who have private offices, and the few poor souls who have to make do with deskspace in an area that's separated from the public only by a long waist-high desk on three sides. But most of us have space in the main shared office, which also functions as the lunch room (complete with microwave), server room (but not the network closet; the Cisco router is in the supply closet, right above the refrigerator), and the storage area for incoming materials, among other things.
In addition to my desk's being in a shared office, it
has now also become a shared desk two days a week, but
I dursn't complain about that, because the volunteer
I'm sharing it with is doing inventory, which was
formerly one of the most tedious aspects of my job,
and this now frees me up to do more interesting things.
"In adjectives, with the addition of inflectional endings, a changeable long vowel (Qamets or Tsere) in an open, propretonic syllable will reduce to Vocal Shewa. This type of change occurs when the open, pretonic syllable of the masculine singular adjective becomes propretonic with the addition of inflectional endings."
— Pratico & Van Pelt, BBHG, p68