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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There will be a fixedprice lunch menu and full dinner service when it opens at the end of next month.
11:00pm - The dinner service ends, so we clean up the restaurant and do the needful to prepare it for the next day.
Greenall was given the dinner service as a token of appreciation for all his hard work and responsibility for the town''s development during the early 19th century.
The school dinner service lost pounds 400,000 last year with take-up numbers falling.
The trio of famous faces have just 72 hours to hone their skills in time to take the reins for a dinner service, in a knock-out contest which is designed to stretch the culinary skills to the limit.
HayesCO term, such as his snowshoe-stamped ice cream plate and a dinner service platter decorated with a turkey.
A BEAUTIFUL porcelain plate from the Imperial Russian dinner service kept at a house in Bangor for 80 years yesterday fetched pounds 19,000 at auction.
Studio City, says it will begin dinner service tonight.
Gateshead Council beat off stiff competition from other bidders to buy a stained glass window panel and a dinner service with links to famous 19th Century stained glass maker William Wailes.
In Smith's kitchen, in place of the 244-piece Sevres dinner service and elaborate neoclassical stucco ornamentation in the Querini Stampalia residence, were earthenware pots and walls stenciled with a simple pattern of leaves, birds, and flowers.
Georgia Pacific is aiming to persuade time-strapped Brits to ditch the washing up, with a new disposable dinner service.
The recent problems that prompted FOOD for Lane County to shut down its dinner service highlight Eugene's long-standing need for an effective social service siting policy.