The Monkey and the CamelTHE BEASTS of the forest gave a splendid entertainment at which the Monkey stood up and danced.
Besides the benefits obtained, the practice proves very interesting, and opens many doors to pleasant social entertainment.
Easy Entertainment ¶ The reason for this is plain to all who are acquainted with Human Analysis: the fat man wants everything the easiest possible way and the movie fulfils this requirement more fully than any other theatrical entertainment.
Public hypnotic entertainments, and even those given at the hospitals in Paris, would be quite impossible if trained subjects were not at hand; and in the case of the public hypnotizer, the proper subjects are hired and placed in the audience for the express purpose of coming forward when called for.
In short, the said history is the most delightful and least injurious entertainment that has been hitherto seen, for there is not to be found in the whole of it even the semblance of an immodest word, or a thought that is other than Catholic."
Never was entertainment more elegant, nor could any one possibly show more wit than His Majesty displayed while they were at supper.
She was too hedged about to risk a separate apartment, and Eugene would not accept money from her to pay for expensive indoor entertainment.
Convivial entertainments will enchant you.
The Dog thus invited went at the hour appointed, and seeing the preparations for so grand an entertainment, said in the joy of his heart, “How glad I am that I came!
But it is impossible toexpress the satisfaction I received in my own mind, after such amanner as to make it a suitable entertainment to the reader.
What I could wish to see, would be a meeting between Mr. Micawber and my family at a festive entertainment, to be given at my family’s expense; where Mr. Micawber’s health and prosperity being proposed, by some leading member of my family, Mr. Micawber might have an opportunity of developing his views.’
By the advice of several worthy persons, to whom, with the author’spermission, I communicated these papers, I now venture to send theminto the world, hoping they may be, at least for some time, abetter entertainment to our young noblemen, than the commonscribbles of politics and party.
“I believe I might take more pleasure in an opera, if they had not made such a monster of that species of dramatic entertainment as perfectly shocks me; and I am amazed how people can bear to see wretched tragedies set to music; where the scenes are contrived for no other purpose than to lug in, as it were by the ears, three or four ridiculous songs, to give a favorite actress an opportunity of exhibiting her pipe.
=A BIG THEATER PARTY= A big theater party is one of the favorite entertainments given for a débutante.
His nuptials with the third princess were then celebrated; and their fathers, after participating for forty days in the magnificent entertainments given on the occasion, took leave, and returned to their several kingdoms.
The same was once true in New York when the Patriarch and Assembly Balls were the dominating entertainments.
Krassotkin could, ofcourse, have provided more diverting entertainment for them.
The labourer at sunset returned home, and informed Koout al Koolloob of his adventure, when she desired him on the morrow to purchase what was requisite for a decent entertainment, at the same time giving him five deenars.
The card on which a débutante's name is engraved under that of her mother, is used most frequently when no coming-out entertainment has been given for the daughter.
During these delectable entertainments, Miss Wirt and the chaperon sate by, and conned over the peerage, and talked about the nobility.