- n the group following and attending to some important person
- It was an entire year after the discovery when he and his retinue arrived in a caravan of 400 automobiles at the pumping station of Ras Tanura to witness the first tanker hauling .
- As NSA director, he sometimes dropped in on CIA station chiefs in embassies overseas but without the usual retinue of aides.
- As time went by, he accumulated friends: along with his astute and faithful dog, Snowy, his retinue included cantankerous sailor Captain Haddock and eccentric egghead Professor.
- David Miliband in The Australian
Commenting on the sanctions efforts, British foreign minister David Miliband told Channel Four news: "We're working very hard because I think it's vital that President Mugabe and his retinue of elite people who are keeping him going feel the pain...
- Sen Mike Gravel in AFP
You know, we don't travel around with a retinue of media in a private jet,said Mike Gravel, a rank outsider for the Democratic nomination who has raised just 239,000 dollars overall.
- Lynda La Plante in BBC News
La Plante said she found the BBC's drama department "very depressing", as she had meet a "retinue of people" to get to drama controller Ben Stephenson.