American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A system of hotel management in which guests pay a fixed daily or weekly rate for room, breakfast, and lunch or dinner.
“Both, according to Bradshaw, were involved in the search for Dooley's replacement, and both wholeheartedly approve of the Dykes hire.”
“A Viacom spokeswoman said $40.9 million of Mr. Dooley's compensation was a special award of stock and options in a new contract when he was named operating chief.”
“Much of the time he spoke through the invented personage of "Martin J. Dooley," a down-to-earth Irish bartender whose wisdom, Mr. Dooley's Opinions, began to appear collected in book form at the turn of the 20th century.”
“Overall, Mr. Dauman saw his compensation fall nearly by half to $43.12 million in 2011, and Mr. Dooley's fell a similar amount to $34.6 million.”
“At best, I get to see Julie's eyes up close and personal…and maybe get another clue or two about Mrs. Dooley's whereabouts.”
“When you don't hear anything, you know Stan Dooley's behind you.”
“The 18-year-old Rogers, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound native of Calhoun, Ga., was among Dooley's first signing class.”
“It was only a fragment, but that was from Dooley's Bar and Grill over on Arch Street.”
“I wanted to stand up and cheer after Dooley's talk.”
“Dooley's WWI Draft Registration lists his birthday as April 3, 1881.”
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