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gaudy

Brit a celebratory festival or feast held at some schools and colleges
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Gary Sheffield once sported a chip on his shoulder as big as the gaudiest piece of jewelry in his Cartier's starter set.
Big game: Host Valencia features the player with the gaudiest numbers after the first round: Eskias McDaniels, a 6-foot-6 senior, had 26 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks.
In the sixties,'' wrote Pete Hamill after Ali lost to Frazier in 1971, ``we still believed in princes, and for a few brief years, one of the gaudiest of American princes of all was a heavyweight prizefighter who called himself Muhammad Ali.
10) Gaudiest driveway: Sylvester Stallone in Coconut Grove, Fla.
Morris didn't always have the gaudiest ERA; all he did was win the damn game.
Goolrick isn't up to the task of casting New York as the Unreal City inhabited by temporary patricians cast in the gaudiest spree of modern times; his tough guy kitsch and awful prose belong to another era of closeted sensibilities, the kind of manner redolent in memoirs written by Reagan administration officials.
First I attended a golf tournament for Gary Speed's Foundation at the Ramside Hall course near Durham City with my mate Glenn McCrory where I got into earnest conversation with the likes of Steve Howey, Freddy Shepherd, Alan Shoulder, Mick Martin, Wes Saunders, Stewart Hall, Billy Hardy and John MacPhail, the old Sunderland central defender who wore the gaudiest pair of tartan trousers I've ever seen without the protection of sun glasses.
Land of the world's biggest shopping malls, tallest hotels, gaudiest shop windows, but also of inaccessible villages, deserted farmlands and cities ringed by shanty towns.
America was going on the greatest, gaudiest spree in history, he wrote, "and there was going to be plenty to tell about it.
OLIGARCHS' gently bobbing yachts share the few miles of sea to Albania with the gaudiest of cruise ships and the finest restaurants have paper tablecloths.
An American named Richard Pennoyer bought St Donat's in 1922 but its gaudiest days were yet to come.
OLIGARCHS' gently bopping yachts share the few miles of sea to Albania with the gaudiest of cruise ships and the finest restaurants have paper tablecloths.