luncheon : Definition, Usages, News and More
- In New York City, financiers buzzed excitedly over a luncheon given by Vice President Reeve Schley of the Chase National Bank to the representatives of the Ail-American Textile .
- In the Royal Palace at Santander, a luncheon party was given by King Alfonso.
- McCaskill, on her way to a Senate Democrats' luncheon with Obama, was dubious that she could be convinced to vote against the resolution.
- George Mitchell in Leading The Charge
McNamee stated that, during this luncheon, he observed Clemens, Canseco, and another person he did not know meeting inside Canseco's house, although McNamee did not personally attend that meeting,the Mitchell Report says.
- Ignacio Bunye in Inquirer.net
Her [David's] sweeping generalizations in a luncheon speech do a disservice to the over one million civil servants, both career and appointed, who work diligently each and every day to serve the people of the Philippines,Bunye said in a...
- LaVar Arrington in ESPN
I think Dan Snyder is scared to death of me,Arrington said in the Times. "He won't look at me. I tried to shake his hand at [a] luncheon. He shook my hand and was like, 'How you doing, LaVar?' and kept moving. I'm probably the only person...