dinner service


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dinner service

a set of matching plates, dishes, etc., suitable for serving a meal to a certain number of people
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TOKEN: The silver dinner service presented to Peter Greenall by the people of St Helens
The dinner service items, used by him and his family when they lived at the property between 1862 and 1881, fetched pounds 540.
In addition, a small number of dinner service patrons engaged in abusive and destructive behavior - including threatening businesses' employees and customers, vandalism, fighting, drunkenness and leaving trash around the area.
Hospice fund-raising co-ordinator, Janet Griffin, said: "Nel and Don work here at the hospice helping out as volunteers and they knew we were thinking of changing our dinner service.
95 per guest, which includes cruise passage, boarding glass of champagne, dinner service, gratuity, taxes and port fees.
hire required for dinner service assistants educational, los angeles for 1000 people see appendix of technical terms of reference.
The dinner service was presented to White Star chief Thomas Ismay by company shareholders on board the Adriatic in Liverpool in 1884.
But the presentation turned out to be a sales pitch and Christine ended up paying pounds 2,941 for a 60-piece dinner service.
The silver dinner service owned by former MP and landowner Sir WatkinWilliams-Wynn was probably the most celebrated of the late18th century.
Then there's the discovery of the dinner service in the attic, with its curious pattern of floral owls.
Keen to find a find a discontinued plate set which forms part of a dinner service in the Hogwarts kitchen, they turned to a Warwickshire firm which solved their problem by providing the required 100-piece dinner service.
A stained glass window panel and a dinner service from a Tyneside landmark are to be sold at auction.