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  • v  pour liquor over and ignite (a dish)

  • Baum's penchant for aerial views and all things flambe culminated in the Manhattan landmarks Windows on the World and the Rainbow Room.
  • That night Reagan played host to Mitterrand at a lavish dinner (sea bass flambe, saddle of lamb) at the American embassy.
  • Not since Charles Dickens has a novelist writing in English achieved Rowling's command over a whole society--young and not so young, of modest means and with money to flambe--and .

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