costume ball


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costume ball

nballo in maschera or in costume
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Such disappointments only gave greater zest to the nights when we acted charades, or had a costume ball in the back parlour, with Sally always dressed like a boy.
On one occasion he took up the study of jewels, and appeared at a costume ball as Anne de Joyeuse, Admiral of France, in a dress covered with five hundred and sixty pearls.
The Duke and Duchess of Dorchester lost half the portable pieces of their historic plate on the very night of their Graces' almost equally historic costume ball.
At our political costume ball, it is definitely e90s nostalgia night.
The allegations included the complaint that James Hazen Hyde, vice president and expected next president of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, charged expenses of an immense costume ball to the corporate account.
A national scandal erupted in 1905, after the company president was falsely accused of spending $200,000 of company money on a lavish costume ball.
31 is the traditional costume ball to welcome the New Year.
What's happening: Grateful Web and Shaggy RollingStone Productions present The Psychedelic Costume Ball featuring The Merry Pranksters, Garcia Birthday Band and The Sugar Beets.
Cartoon Network Screening and Costume Ball - The animation-focused network will screen several new episodes at this event, but they haven't revealed exact titles yet.
One of the highlights of the event - a grand costume ball and disco where the best dressed sci-fi fans strut their in a catwalk show for prizes - takes place on the Convention's final night.
When Arista (Lady As true identity) meets Grae, son of a wealthy shipping merchant, at a costume ball, her mind and heart open up to greater possibilities for her future.
With a little extra bad luck, you may even find yourself a guest at a formal soiree, requiring your presence in a tuxedo, which nobody would think of wearing voluntarily unless perhaps masquerading as the old gentleman from Esquire at a costume ball.