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That report contains more robust allegations against China than did anything uttered by Shanahan in the chandeliered meeting hall of the Shangri-La Hotel.
It's a painting of the interior of a New York movie theatre, during a time when they were lush and ornate, curtained and chandeliered, palaces in their own fashion.
Over coffee in the Grand Cafe, a chandeliered and velvet-draped art nouveau gem, you can gaze out over the medieval Grote Markt, one of the Netherlands' prettiest city squares.
The audience gathered in this grand chandeliered hall of the Presidency, rose to its feet and broke into thunderous applause for the man, and for the magic of his moment.
ROMANTIC: Dunrobin In fact, Dunrobin Castle, north h of Inverness, is more like a French chateau, with seriously stunning ornamental gardens outside and wood-pannelled and chandeliered libraries and ballrooms inside.
According to sources, the hotel's famous "longest dining table", with 101 seats, and which the Nizams of Hyderabad used for throwing banquets for visiting dignitaries in a chandeliered hall full of antiques, will be the centre of attraction.
IN EARLY MARCH, a procession of lawyers in boxy suits and overcoats crowded into a chandeliered dining room at Tony Cheng's in Washington, DCs Chinatown.
The chandeliered Rizal Hall was 'very quiet' as the President spoke, he said.
Blackened salmon, meatballs, and fennel prosciutto pizza are served with gin and tonics in a chandeliered space painted three shades of pink at Pipi.
A tipsy punter spilled her Martini and lit up a cigarette at the chandeliered bar of our Cosmopolitan casino hotel, where the barman explained the finer points of Vegas etiquette: "You can smoke anywhere except bathrooms, bedrooms or restaurants.
Sprawled on the floor of the chandeliered and wood-paneled chamber and being of the iPhone and laptop generation, the students were agile at multitasking.