At 32, the attractive blonde found herself at the dinner party with Stern.
The occasion was the annual dinner of the Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, a very big organization at the time.
A restaurant menu is the nexus of a diner, a dinner, a chef and the suitably hospitable environment in which a meal is served.
All they have to do is go on the site, pick a dinner, and enter their credit card number.
Choose from three-hour lunch or dinner rides, each featuring multicourse meals of sustainable, seasonal fare and, of course, wine.
dinner over, he and Emmie attended to the dishes, he washing and she wiping.
Throughout the dinner their entire absorption in each other was all but unbroken.
Mr Lambert comes into his dinner at half after one o'clock; it is near that now.
On Sunday, the 29th of May, all hands came ashore to dinner.
He had not improved in temper, when he was summoned in to dinner.
c.1300, from Old French disner (11c.), originally "breakfast," later "lunch," noun use of infinitive disner (see dine). Always used in English for the main meal of the day; shift from midday to evening began with the fashionable classes. Childish reduplication din-din is attested from 1905.