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The table environment is for floating tables. If you don't want your tabular material to move, omit it and just use tabular.

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Since you are manually extending the vertical in one column, I'm not sure how to automate the process in the other. But if you can live with manual intervention, you should be able to achieve the vertical layout you want, using \filllines{} to manually insert blank lines. EDITED to achieve horizontal centering in cells B, D, F, and bottom-right cell. In ...

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Use \noindent to start the table in the left margin. I am not sure if you want align also the table columns. In this case, use the p{} columns when needed, instead of r, l or c columns, where the width depend of the content: \noindent\begin{tabulary}{1.00\textwidth}{p{1.5cm}|| L c}

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You used \centering within the minipage. Instead, use \centering at the outer level, or \begin{center} ... \end{center} at outer level, i.e. not within the mini page. Another approach would be centering using the current page node in TikZ for reference.

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The table-environment is used to get floating tabulars, if you do not want a tabular to float, just do not use it. You can use a simple center-environment instead. If you want a caption for this tabular, load the caption-package and use the \captionof{table}{Bla Bla} command. Captions for tables should be above the table. Use siunitx properly, for a number ...

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