Barbie Latza Nadeau on three newly named suspects—and whether Benedict will forgive his butler.
Perhaps butler regards East Jerusalem as sovereign Israeli territory, but this doesn't seem consistent with her other views.
No one has heard a word from the butler since his arrest two months ago.
Mitt Romney is a goofy, clueless aristocrat who trades barbs with his sassy African-American butler.
Nevertheless, Sciarpelletti's involvement was seen as secondary to the butler's crime.
I got married to General butler's place where my mother was.
To be sure; but she was then called Mrs. butler—just as pretty a name to my fancy.
Poor Mrs. Forster's agitation was sad to see, and between her and the butler the luckless lad was somehow got from the room.
But before opening hers, Lady Coryston turned to the butler.
Major butler observed that they were to pay a five per cent impost.
late 12c., from Anglo-French buteillier "cup-bearer," from Old French boteillier "cup-bearer, butler, officer in charge of wine," from boteille "wine vessel, bottle" (see bottle (n.)). The word reflects the position's original function as "chief servant in charge of wine." In Old French, fem. boteilliere was used of the Virgin Mary as "dispenser" of the cup of Mercy.
properly a servant in charge of the wine (Gen. 40:1-13; 41:9). The Hebrew word, _mashkeh_, thus translated is rendered also (plural) "cup-bearers" (1 Kings 10:5; 2 Chr. 9:4). Nehemiah (1:11) was cup-bearer to king Artaxerxes. It was a position of great responsibility and honour in royal households.