And inside the lavish 900-person dinner, the art continued: Aitken was the unseen master of ceremonies behind the event.
For them, most from poor country families, the lavish Taylor with his absolute power was no ordinary man.
Chávez went on to lavish praise on Maduro, a former bus driver, as “one of the young leaders best able to lead if I cannot.”
And to top it all off, retired courtier Valantino Garavani threw a lavish party at his expansive estate, Château de Wideville.
There were indeed, as former GOP congressman Tom Davis eyed the lavish buffet near former secretary of state Madeleine Albright.
Was there one gift showered by the lavish bounty of God which had not fallen on the chosen of fortune?
In the twenty-three years of his life, every gift that money could lavish had been his.
The most lavish user of butter will discover that it is no hardship to go without it when in camp.
But the peasant is not lavish, and, for whole weeks, he did not bring back a sou.
They were lavish entertainers, these Daltons, and it was here that Washington came during a visit to Newburyport.