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- n. a table service for serving dinner
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On this flight, there was a dinner service and a breakfast service, but tasty dishes were available throughout the flight, as were wines and cocktails served at your seat or in the upper-deck Onboard Lounge where the convivial atmosphere encourages relaxation and socialising standing at the bar or seated on the leather banquette.
Kitty hopped from one foot to the other, a little disappointed that the box held books rather than a dinner service by Josiah Wedgwood, but very pleased because Richard was pleased.
Himself would on occasion dress in historic Highland finery and act as host to visiting monarchs in the castle's vast main dining-hall, and it had been after one such grand evening, about six years earlier, that an enterprising band of burglars in the livery of footmen had lifted and borne away an irreplaceable gold-leafed eighteenth-century dinner service for fifty.