1 And in a few days' time the pigs intended to hold a memorial banquet in Boxer's honour.
2 On the day appointed for the banquet, a grocer's van drove up from Willingdon and delivered a large wooden crate at the farmhouse.
3 She looked lit up, as if for a banquet, with the sun pouring over her.
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4 A side-door at the upper end of the hall now opened behind the banquet table, and Rowena, followed by four female attendants, entered the apartment.
5 We therefore decline with thanks your Highness's courteous invitation to the banquet.
6 Our banquet also shall go forward to-night as we proposed.
7 The banquet was crowned with the richest wines, both foreign and domestic.
8 He went accordingly to the banquet, of which we have already mentioned the principal events.
9 The noble Saxon had returned from the banquet, as we have seen, in no very placid humour, and wanted but a pretext for wreaking his anger upon some one.
10 Like Damocles at his celebrated banquet, Rebecca perpetually beheld, amid that gorgeous display, the sword which was suspended over the heads of her people by a single hair.
11 He rushes to the fray as if he were summoned to a banquet.
12 Men of their precarious course of life change readily from the banquet to the battle; and, to Richard, the exchange seemed but a succession of pleasure.
13 But the palace within is decked with splendour of royal state, and a banquet made ready amid the halls.
14 Soon as the noise of banquet ceased and the board was cleared, they set down great bowls and enwreathe the wine.
15 Then we build seats on the winding shore and banquet on the dainty food.