It was July of 2010, and my biggest worry at the time was whether or not we should spring for the cappuccino bar at the reception.
The reception, too, was the same: just like in New York, Olmert was repeatedly interrupted by angry hecklers in D.C. today.
Everything was all set—and then Taylor was brought low by brain cancer, and the Grozny reception called off.
At one point, at the reception, I noticed David Cameron standing on his own.
From what I can tell, the reception to this new Ryan travesty is mixed.
Then Cecilie and Dr. Preston suddenly emerged from the reception room.
He could assure them they felt highly flattered at the reception which had been accorded them.
It was impossible for these first callers to restrain a thrill of nervousness as to the nature of the reception before them.
Mrs. Morgan gave Robert a reception as warm as her husband had done.
Rush entered the reception office, sent in his name and was bidden to enter.
late 14c., in astrology, "effect of two planets on each other;" sense of "act of receiving" is recorded from late 15c., from Latin receptionem (nominative receptio) "a receiving," noun of action from past participle stem of recipere (see receive). Sense of "ceremonial gathering" is 1882, from French.