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“The last remark made by Miss De Voe to her fire resulted, after a few days, in Peter's receiving a formal dinner invitation, which he accepted with a promptness not to be surpassed by the best-bred diner-out.”
“Everyone went on to a banquet celebrating the nuptials, and then a smaller group attended a formal dinner party celebrating the departure of Moretta, who had only just arrived, so it seemed, to represent the Duke of Savoy.”
“Infamously, Crawford at a formal dinner ridiculed Monroe for not knowing which fork to use for which course—as Monroe herself might have done with someone else twenty years hence, had she lived.”
“One day, after having completed five surgeries, I picked up my wife and drove to a formal dinner being held in Manhattan in honor of a titled dignitary.”
“But those weeks also saw a whirlwind of television appearances, promotional opportunities—even an invitation to a formal dinner at the White House with President Bush and then prime minister of Japan, Junichiro Koizumi.”
“Here was the ruse: an intimate formal dinner for eight in a small private room at 44, the restaurant at the Royalton Hotel in New York.”
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