I like red cabbage, but you can braise green cabbage, napa, Savoy, or bok choy this way.
One night at the Savoy hotel in London, Maggie shot him dead.
After four years studying and working every conceivable station at the Savoy Hotel in Melbourne, I was officially a chef.
I sat in a suite at the Savoy hotel, in privilege, resenting the woeful ratbag I once was who, for all his problems, had drugs.
Jamie Dettmer recalls long lunches with the Iron Lady at the Savoy Hotel—the whisky, the flirting, and the strong-arm tactics.
On the approach of the duke of Savoy he removed to Basel in 1579.
The car turned into Fleet Street and quickly drove up to the Savoy.
The duke of Savoy, at that time royal highness, afterwards substituted majesty.
Gilbert put his arm in Henry's and made him move out of the Savoy courtyard.
The inhabitants of Brive-la-Gaillarde and the mountaineers of Savoy are thirsting for news; let us shower manna on them.
region in southeastern France (before 1800 part of the Kingdom of Sardinia), French Savoie, from Roman Sapaudia, of unknown origin. Related: Savoyard.