Look at your knife-handle, there, my civilized and enlightened gourmand dining off
that roast beef, what is that handle made of?
ye state-room sailors, who make so much ado about a fourteen-days' passage across the Atlantic; who so pathetically relate the privations and hardships of the sea, where, after a day of breakfasting, lunching, dining off
five courses, chatting, playing whist, and drinking champagne-punch, it was your hard lot to be shut up in little cabinets of mahogany and maple, and sleep for ten hours, with nothing to disturb you but 'those good-for-nothing tars, shouting and tramping overhead',--what would ye say to our six months out of sight of land?
There is that delicate blossom who can't drink any claret under ninety-four, and who would as soon think of dining off
cat's meat as off plain roast mutton.
On the currency markets, the pound was dining off
the US dollar's weakness, rising 0.
The Ospreys were dining off
crumbs, not helping themselves with uncharacteristic errors which allowed the Dubliners to stay on the attack, and they were giving away too many penalties.
At this Ratatouille-themed restaurant you shrink down - as on the ride - and sit on champagne corks while dining off
o e m n h w JOURNALISTS at the Games OU N S S t h G e began their visits to b g n h r it o Glasgow by dining off
G a ow y in f decent crockery and using d e t r c e u n sparkling cutlery.
That would be a huge sum were Britain's economy thriving and its people dining off
lobster and caviar washed down by vintage Dom Perignon.
Lieberman figured the Japanese have been dining off
naked bodies for "thousands of years" and wanted to give his patrons "the royal treatment" for Miami Spice, the city's restaurant month, he said.
flimsy, foldable camping cookware wasn't an idea we relished, so we brought proper pots and pans, and ceramic plates and mugs.
the banana leaf is probably as environmentally friendly as it is rustic.
Presumably after we had re-established wolves, European bison and bears, they would all live peacefully together with the carnivores dining off
the occasional rambler.
Perhaps Arsenal's vaunted youngsters are dining off
great moments in games rather than great results.
Sergeant is still dining off
that story about the occasion when Mrs Thatcher glided down the steps in Paris and tapped him on the back .