wing-ding

wing-ding

verb
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Titled "Myriad Colors,'' this inter-generational exploration turned out to be a multi-sonority wing-ding of a very high order indeed.
By getting the taxpayer to foot the bill for this extravagant wing-ding we have had Margaret Thatcher rammed down our throats.
If an e-mail should prove impossible, I feel certain that the subject of Orissa will make suitable fodder for a future conference, symposium or other wing-ding whose possibly pricey venue can be decided by one committee or another of the godly.
WE'RE HAVING A WING-DING: Goal hero Michael Mifsud gets a hug from Isaac Osbourne Pic: NICK POTTS/PA WIRE
When told, he wondered if Arthur, who, of course, sadly died in 1994, could be persuaded to take part in next year's cultural wing-ding. Pip!
It's the fifth or sixth time I've done it and it never fails to be a wing-ding of an afternoon raising well over pounds 10,000.
"They don't give a wing-ding about religion," John Hotard, director of career services at the Fordham University Graduate School of Business, said of investment banks today.
COVER COUPLE: Seychelles snaps; WING-DING: Couple saw red over Air Seychelles ad; EUR1,500-A-NIGHT VILLAS: Georgina and Nicky
In December, Sebastiani Vineyards & Winery hosted the Napa-Sonoma Chapter of Women for WineSense "Holiday Wing-Ding." Proceeds from the meeting, plus a canned foods drive, support FISH--"Friends in Sonoma Helping." Sebastiani, like many other wineries, provides community support year-round, but felt it especially appropriate during the holiday season.
Unlike previous years, the 2002 reception features only lite snacks to give everyone an opportunity to build a big appetite for the big Texas wing-ding that wraps up the convention on Wednesday evening.
WARNERS TV WING-DING: Rob Lowe pretends to pour a drink to Thomas Schlamme's award at WB's post-Emmy party at the Four Seasons Hotel Sept.
If those rescued areas have already been given names, you might throw a wing-ding celebrating formal recognition of his deeds.
This merry wing-ding of strings, glockenspiels and bassoons explains why.
Folk had breezed into Liverpool for the wing-ding from far and wide, including a gaggle of the gloriously anarchic artists from Beijing - swiftly dispelling the notion that the Chinese don't have fun - with their British mentor Karen Smith.
But there you are, that's what brainwashing is all about and before this World Cup wing-ding is over we'll believe Beckham was born in a silver hamper at the end of a rainbow.