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gaudy

Brit a celebratory festival or feast held at some schools and colleges
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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.
And here we are, at the center of the arc, trapped in the gaudiest, most valuable, and most improbable water wheel the world has ever seen.
LAS VEGAS -- Microsoft may have relinquished its starring role in America's gaudiest gadget show a year too early.
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.
Perhaps the gaudiest of the benefits the companies never expected to pay was known as the "rachet.
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.
A: Hawes came out with some of the gaudiest, most creatively named six-shooters ever.
Folk singers and musicians entertain the visitors throughout the day with the loud beating of the 'dholi' (drums) in their gaudiest costumes, which is the characteristic of Punjabi traditions.
The gaudiest of all are the barfi, which the confectioner finishes by applying var/f--real silver or gold leaf--the rich man's ultimate garnish.