sweet vs suite

sweet suite

Definitions

  • 1) A sweet dish, such as pudding, served as dessert.
  • 2) A dear or beloved person.
  • 3) Foods, such as candy, pastries, puddings, or preserves, that are high in sugar content.
  • 4) A sweetmeat or confection.
  • 5) Something sweet to the taste.
  • 6) Something pleasing to the mind or feelings.
  • 7) Informal Sweet potatoes.
  • 8) Sweet taste or quality; sweetness.
  • 9) The quality of being sweet; sweetness.
  • 10) Free of acid or acidity.
  • 11) Fragrant; perfumed.
  • 12) Having a pleasing disposition; lovable.
  • 13) Pleasing to the senses; agreeable.
  • 14) Low in sulfur content.
  • 15) Having the taste of sugar or a substance containing or resembling sugar, as honey or saccharin.
  • 16) Not spoiled, sour, or decaying; fresh.
  • 17) Containing or derived from sugar.
  • 18) Retaining some natural sugar; not dry.
  • 19) Music Of, relating to, or being a form of jazz characterized by adherence to a melodic line and to a time signature.
  • 20) Pleasing to the mind or feelings; gratifying.
  • 21) Kind; gracious.
  • 22) Not saline or salted.
  • 23) In a sweet manner; sweetly.
  • 24) Dulcet.
  • 25) Lovable.
  • 26) Tomakesweet;sweeten.
  • 27) Redolent,balmy.
  • 28) (sweet on) Enamored of; in love with.

Definitions

  • 1) A connected series or succession of objects; a number of things used or classed together; a set; as, a suite of rooms; a suite of minerals.
  • 2) A group of connected rooms, usually separable from other rooms by means of access.
  • 3) music an excerpt of instrumental music from a larger work that contains other elements besides the music; for example, the Nutcracker Suite is the music (but not the dancing) from the ballet The Nutcracker, and the Carmen Suite is the instrumental music (but not the singing and dancing) from the opera Carmen.
  • 4) music a musical form, popular before the time of the sonata, consisting of a string or series of pieces all in the same key, mostly in various dance rhythms, with sometimes an elaborate prelude.
  • 5) A retinue or company of attendants, as of a distinguished personage; as, the suite of an ambassador.
  • 6) A group of related things intended to be used together; a set.
  • 7) A staff of attendants or followers; a retinue.
  • 8) A group of procedures that work cooperatively.
  • 9) A group of software products packaged and sold together, usually having a consistent look and feel, a common installation, and shared macros.
  • 10) An instrumental composition, especially of the 1600s or 1700s, consisting of a succession of dances in the same or related keys.
  • 11) A series of connected rooms used as a living unit.
  • 12) An instrumental composition consisting of a series of varying movements or pieces.
  • 13) A set of matching furniture.
  • 14) (Mus.) One of the old musical forms, before the time of the more compact sonata, consisting of a string or series of pieces all in the same key, mostly in various dance rhythms, with sometimes an elaborate prelude. Some composers of the present day affect the suite form.
  • 15) A connected series or succession of objects; a number of things used or clessed together; a set. See Suit, n., 6.
  • 16) A retinue or company of attendants, as of a distinguished personage. See suit, n., 5.
  • 17) the group following and attending to some important person
  • 18) apartment consisting of a series of connected rooms used as a living unit (as in a hotel)
  • 19) a musical composition of several movements only loosely connected
  • 20) a matching set of furniture
  • 21) In music, a set or series of instrumental dances, either in the same or in related keys, usually preceded by a prelude, and variously grouped so as to secure variety and contrast.
  • 22) A company of attendants or followers; retinue; train: as, the suite of an ambassador.
  • 23) A sequel.
  • 24) A number of things taken collectively and constituting a sequence or following in a series; a set; a collection of things of like kind and intended to be used together: as, a suite of rooms; a suite of furniture.
  • 25) An obsolete form of suit (in various senses).
  • 26) Seesuit.

Examples

  • 1) It leaves a sweet taste in the mouth.
  • 2) The ambulance worker knew her sweet tooth was bad for her health.
  • 3) She was really sweet and helped me so much.
  • 4) My pâté was a little too sweet.
  • 5) We know that sugar and sweets will rot our teeth and may make us fat.
  • 6) Want your nail polish to smell as sweet as it looks?
  • 7) Our sweet pea competition last weekend had blooms sent in by mail.
  • 8) As is the case with main courses there are great regional variations in sweets and desserts.
  • 9) You have to ask how long this sweet spot they are in at the moment will last.
  • 10) When you crave something sweet eat fresh fruit instead.
  • 11) The singer has quit eating sweets to keep in trim.
  • 12) The sweet berry flavours are light and refreshing with a summer zesty finish.
  • 13) Look out for the especially sweet one who takes a tumble while clutching a teddy bear.
  • 14) The topping is mashed sweet potato with lemon.
  • 15) The sweet spot is always in the same place.
  • 16) Who would have thought that the oral cavities could produce such sounds and sweet airs?
  • 17) This is about as richly sweet as you can get.
  • 18) This is anything but sweet.
  • 19) I also love sweet seasonal puddings, such as warm doughnuts or fritters.
  • 20) He was a very dear, very sweet man '.
  • 21) Rosa, Coretta…I hear you girls singing in the Choir today..sweet sweet music..continuing your work from up there..
  • 22) With sweet almonds always use a small portion of bitter; without them, _sweet_ almonds have little or no taste, though they add to the richness of the cake.
  • 23) I love the decorations, the cute costumes, and all of the sweet treats ... it was definitely a holiday invented for those with a * sweet* tooth (that's totally me!).
  • 24) Dear Mother Bonnivel, is it wicked that I can't be sad and regretful, but that the freedom is so sweet -- _so sweet_? "
  • 25) Opposite, another young lawyer, Eugene Fort, was saying preternaturally bright things to Tiny, who lifted her sweet orbs at intervals and remarked: "How _dreadfully_ clever you are, Mr. Fort; I am _so_ afraid of you!" or "How _sweet_ of you to think I am worth all those _real_ epigrams!
  • 26) The woman leaned toward me, her expression sweet and generous.
  • 27) It is not the orange thing we associate with the term sweet potato.
  • 28) Ms. DICKINSON: That's what we call a sweet gig, my friend.
  • 29) A good starting point in creating a happy kitchen, according to Mr. Grey, is discovering what he calls the sweet spot.
  • 30) But when they broke up this meeting, they sounded a little bit less optimistic than they did earlier today, because they said, in many ways, it is very tough, very difficult to find what they called the sweet spot, enough money to cut but enough to spend to make everybody happy and to really stimulate the economy.
  • 31) ‘They all exhibit sour, salty, sweet, and bitter tastes or can be any combination of the four.’
  • 32) ‘Human taste buds react to four tastes: sweet, sour, salty, and bitter.’
  • 33) ‘Some people taking the drug simply complain that food has lost its taste, but others report a strongly metallic bitter or sweet taste.’
  • 34) ‘Chamomile flower (Matricaria spp.) has a pleasantly bitter and sweet taste.’
  • 35) ‘She raised a finger to her lips and traced them, strangely she could taste the sour but sweet taste still there.’
  • 36) ‘Taste buds can only distinguish between sweet, salt, sour and bitter and the sense of smell is relied on to obtain the flavour.’
  • 37) ‘The smell is pleasant, the taste is slightly sweet and slightly bitter as is typical of ginseng.’
  • 38) ‘Mr Dolan, 47, said the bitter had a sweet, fruity taste and was ‘quite dangerous stuff’ at 4.8 per cent.’
  • 39) ‘I walked over to the cupboard, pulling down a mug, then filled it with the sweet bitter taste of homemade coffee.’
  • 40) ‘It tasted sweet and bitter on his tongue at the same time and made him shiver slightly, unable to decide if he enjoyed the taste or not.’
  • 41) ‘There are 14 species of salak plants, but only Sibetan salak - with its sweet and sour taste and dry meat - has a high market value.’
  • 42) ‘Buttermilk is an assortment of three tastes - sweet, sour and astringent.’
  • 43) ‘Apples have various tastes, insipid, sweet, very sour and accordingly used in cooking.’
  • 44) ‘‘My compliments,’ she said over the steaming cup as the sweet taste of the tea lingered on her tongue.’
  • 45) ‘However, the beef became tasty after absorbing the sweet and sour tastes of the preserved tangerine peel wrapped outside.’
  • 46) ‘The sweet natural taste of honey halvah ice cream complemented the flowery taste of the rose water for a unique blend of earthiness.’
  • 47) ‘It tasted sweet like honey for only a second and then a sudden painful lurching started in her womb.’
  • 48) ‘Thai food should have the perfect balance of bitter, salty, sweet, sour and hot.’
  • 49) ‘The tea tastes a little bitter with some lingering sweet aftertaste.’
  • 50) ‘It had a bitterly sweet taste, that left her mouth dry, yet the taste was unforgettable.’
  • 51) ‘She enjoyed the shade that the rustling green canopy gave herself and her boyfriend as they sat together, breathing the fresh and sweet air.’
  • 52) ‘There breathes in the face a sweet air of the purest grace, with the hair gathered simply, and all the lineaments are formed to beauty and to modesty.’
  • 53) ‘Fresh, sweet air breezed past Shana's head, her fawn-colored hair streaming behind her in the gust.’
  • 54) ‘The man kindled it and in the next moments the fresh and sweet air fulfilled with deep and suffocating smoke and scent of burning flesh.’
  • 55) ‘What had possessed him to leave the beautiful greenness and fresh sweet air of Hilgoth?’
  • 56) ‘Head low as the sun grew higher in the sky, he breathed in the fresh, sweet air with a hint of delighted content.’
  • 57) ‘The smoking ban is finally here, and so I'm joining the ranks of smug non-smokers - filling my lungs with nothing but clean, sweet air.’
  • 58) ‘It's so quiet it doesn't stop you sleeping, and in the morning the air is sweet and clean.’
  • 59) ‘The clean sweet air with the damp chill in it of mountain snow.’
  • 60) ‘Jonathan Cope is spending this week breathing the sweet air of the French countryside.’
  • 61) ‘I also readily recall those days when we had sweet water - for breakfast, lunch and dinner.’
  • 62) ‘My spirit feels reborn, and I breathe in the sweet air of the pardoned prisoner.’
  • 63) ‘Tambili or the sweet water from the spliced green or bright orange fruit quenches thirst and fortifies the Lankan soul.’
  • 64) ‘She lifted her head and breathed in the sweet air.’
  • 65) ‘Breathing in the sweet air again, I decided that I definitely liked it here, enough that I might actually settle down here.’
  • 66) ‘In the Erasama block, which was the worst hit by the cyclone, sweet water is not available even at a depth of 1,500 feet.’
  • 67) ‘He turned the sweet air way up, gave me the headphones and proceeded to finish up my root canal.’
  • 68) ‘When the air is so sweet with blossom and the beginnings of the evening dew you could almost drink it and believe it to be the best elixir known to Man.’
  • 69) ‘In the center of the biggest island you will see tall cedars that mark a spring of sweet water.’
  • 70) ‘Filley took a deep breath of the surprisingly light, sweet air, and knew that she was not asleep or day dreaming or taking a leave of her senses.’
  • 71) ‘I took in a deep breath and smelled the flowers' sweet fragrance.’
  • 72) ‘Never again would she see her mom's sparkling blue eyes when Lillie told her one of her lame jokes, or smell the sweet fragranced perfume her mother always wore.’
  • 73) ‘Up closer he could smell the sweet scent of her perfume, he only just realised too how incredibly beautiful she was.’
  • 74) ‘Also with a claim of good mildew tolerance is ‘Blue Lagoon’ a new variety from Thompson, and Morgan with blue flowers and sweet fragrance.’
  • 75) ‘As she spoke, setting the scene with a brief history of the house and its purportedly ghost ridden past, I noticed a very sweet smell of rose perfume.’
  • 76) ‘You graced our suite with the sweet smell of beautiful flowers and Chilean wine.’
  • 77) ‘Another breeze and I smelt the sweet smell of flowers.’
  • 78) ‘Mother-of-thyme is an herb that grows to a height of one to two inches high with purple flowers that have a sweet fragrance during the summer’
  • 79) ‘The sweet fragrance of her perfume assaulted his senses.’
  • 80) ‘She was letting him touch her, letting him smell her sweet perfume, letting him savor those things that only Rick should feel.’
  • 81) ‘He could smell the sweet smell of flowers wafting in from a balcony next door and hear the sounds of laughter drifting up from the sidewalk below.’
  • 82) ‘She missed the sun on her face, the sweet smell of flowers, the birds and insect life.’
  • 83) ‘When I woke up, I smelled this sweet familiar vanilla perfume.’
  • 84) ‘They say he never took a bath, but he smelled as sweet as a flower.’
  • 85) ‘He could smell something, something sweet, like spring flowers on a sunny day.’
  • 86) ‘Sitting in the shadow of an Osmanthus tree, visitors to Guilin Park are intoxicated by the sweet scent of the flower.’
  • 87) ‘It smells like some sort of crazy hybrid of fragrant, sweet berries and the floral hyperbole of lavender.’
  • 88) ‘A beautiful one, with so many wild flowers that a sweet scent of lavender lingered on the soft breeze that was brushing his face.’
  • 89) ‘Ariana was awoken by the sweet scent of the flowers she knew very well.’
  • 90) ‘Aubrey buried his face into her hair, smelling the sweet scent of rose shampoo, hiding his face from view.’
  • 91) ‘It's a sweet deal for General Motors, which snags 2% of world market share for a pittance.’
  • 92) ‘Though her sense of swing is evolving, Bode's unpretentious delivery, easy phrasing and sweet demeanor is delightful.’
  • 93) ‘The anger brought the sweet delight from avenging one's own hurt feelings ‘he deserves worse’.’
  • 94) ‘I will be begging for sweet delight, until you say I'm yours tonight.’
  • 95) ‘The influence of punk is quite sweet and gratifying.’
  • 96) ‘Derry Rovers Youths gained sweet revenge over rivals Spink Celtic in this Shield match played in the Ben Mulhall Park on Sunday, April 7.’
  • 97) ‘They exacted sweet revenge later that year, beating Ireland 1-in a playoff in Paris, ending Cantwell's last hope of reaching a major finals.’
  • 98) ‘Other commentators see the success of the film, both at the box office and in terms of awards nominations, as some kind of sweet revenge on the Bush administration and those who voted for it.’
  • 99) ‘Eales said the result was sweet revenge for Australia's last minute 39-35 defeat against New Zealand in Sydney last month.’
  • 100) ‘Severus gained sweet revenge for their opening day defeat when a brace from Moss earned them a 2-1 win at Thorpe United for whom Wood was on the mark.’
  • 101) ‘Revenge may sometimes be sweet - but at what cost?’
  • 102) ‘Fitzpatrick is the only competitor ever to beat Scott in over 20 bouts and it was sweet revenge for the talented Elton High School pupil.’
  • 103) ‘His Cooper character in Hang Em High is man striving for revenge but realizes that revenge is not always sweet.’
  • 104) ‘It was sweet revenge for the Dubliner after losing to Leedsman Hunter in last season's Welsh Open final in Cardiff.’
  • 105) ‘So it was a sweet revenge for the Portlaoise lads who swamped Ballinakill Gaels in an equally disappointing meeting.’
  • 106) ‘For Burrell, however, who blames Charles for the stress he was put through in the court case, revenge has been sweet and very lucrative.’
  • 107) ‘He wants to seek sweet revenge because he feels he's an victim of injustice.’
  • 108) ‘It was sweet revenge for Legers who has lost to Brown on three previous occasions.’
  • 109) ‘This victory was sweet revenge for last year when Brosna beat Scart in that final.’
  • 110) ‘Oh, revenge is so sweet, I thought maliciously to myself.’
  • 111) ‘But Jackie ends up with more than sweet revenge when she finds Frank hanging from a ceiling beam in her living room with a suicide note stuffed in his mouth.’
  • 112) ‘Revenge may be sweet but it is also destructive.’
  • 113) ‘This is a temple which tells the story of sweet revenge.’
  • 114) ‘Performance and drivability are enhanced by a sweet clutch/gearbox combination, giving smooth changes.’
  • 115) ‘I've personally been a revolver man in my later years and I adapt very easily to the LDA's sweet and light action.’
  • 116) ‘Ears still stand up, but for the sweet sounds of the silver lining in the music they make together.’
  • 117) ‘To walk across fields and meadows in early summer and no longer see a speck in the sky and hear a sweet trill like song and crescendo of melodic notes from the skylark.’
  • 118) ‘The sweet sounds of Bach echoed in a seemingly empty loft.’
  • 119) ‘The sweet sound of the Northumbrian pipes, playing folk tunes which would have been familiar to eighteenth-century audiences, greeted us as we climbed the stairs.’
  • 120) ‘Jarrod's a big fella, well over 6 feet, with hands the size of tree stumps, but still able to coax sweet sounds from a guitar.’
  • 121) ‘There's nothing like the sweet sounds of an electric guitar to start the day off well, though for some reason my neighbours disagree.’
  • 122) ‘The sweet sounds of 50's pop filled the room, and as Jamie listened to a ballad about love, she recalled her previous thought of Walker.’
  • 123) ‘It would start with whispers, a sweet sound to catch your ear before maintaining a crescendo into other more vocalized sounds leading to the climax.’
  • 124) ‘The sweet sounds of an unplugged guitar and crackling fire mixed with vague cultish lyrics, opiating our young minds with hope and faith.’
  • 125) ‘Suddenly the sweet sound of Christine's voice filled his ears.’
  • 126) ‘Everything got quieter as the sweet sound of the flute continued to play.’
  • 127) ‘As Tory opened the front door, the sweet sound of Greta's piano floated through the house.’
  • 128) ‘The sweet sound of the trumpets sounded and I was declared winner of the bout.’
  • 129) ‘It has a sound that is somewhere between big-band and jazz, sweet music to the ears.’
  • 130) ‘My issue would be born clear-headed, with music, sweet music, our only drug.’
  • 131) ‘This was sweet music as mature as a fine malt whiskey.’
  • 132) ‘The album is overflowing with sweet harmonies and guitar riffs and beats that are edgy without being overbearing.’
  • 133) ‘All aspects of the effects, dialogue, and Miles Goodman's sickeningly sweet music score are clear and distortion free.’
  • 134) ‘And while the record lacks those sonic eruptions, it does pack waves and waves of sweet harmonies.’
  • 135) ‘Shutting his eyes slightly, he listened to the to the duo make sweet music.’
  • 136) ‘Eastwood After Hours is a disc filled with passionate music, a lot of fun and some sweet, sweet jazz music.’
  • 137) ‘The music picked up the tempo and overhead a saxophone played sweet jazz.’
  • 138) ‘On ‘Feel Free’ Peter Nelson waxes spiritual over a sweet reggae beat.’
  • 139) ‘By now, all that sweet music Buffett and Clayton had made together was a distant memory.’
  • 140) ‘Here as the cymbals and drums make sweet music, hundreds of families gather to pray.’
  • 141) ‘The fact that these impressions are expressed in the context of a description of sweet music gives the adjective a power of referring to the impression also.’
  • 142) ‘Nonetheless, the sad piano music was sweet and soothing, adding to an effect of the golden sun rising and the sunlight seeping through my windows.’
  • 143) ‘The sweet music brings holiness and purity of thought to the mind.’
  • 144) ‘It was a sweet music essay that had racy numbers set to the foot stomping ‘Dandia’ tunes, apart from her chartbusters.’
  • 145) ‘But you better not cross her, because even though she's mostly sweet and nice and very pretty, she's not afraid to write a song about you if she has to.’
  • 146) ‘I always thought that you were sweet and nice, and you were always there for me.’
  • 147) ‘Alyssa had known Valerie for a couple of months then and thought Valerie was a sweet person.’
  • 148) ‘Who would have thought that such a kindly, sweet lady would write such murderous tales?’
  • 149) ‘They had all proven to me that they were sweet and nice and friendly.’
  • 150) ‘Although they were obviously a very closely-knit group of friends, they were sweet people, and they seemed to be very accepting of her.’
  • 151) ‘Huh, so one of the top five good-looking blokes of my entire University career, and a really nice, sweet person, chats me up on my first night and I turn him down.’
  • 152) ‘I've actually met Clay at a meet and greet, and he truly is the kind-hearted sweet man he appears to be.’
  • 153) ‘She is sweet, sincere, genuine, thoughtful, compassionate and he knew she liked him for him, not his money.’
  • 154) ‘He's not intimidating, though, he's an incredibly sweet guy.’
  • 155) ‘We did hang out with them in Montreal, though, and they were so sweet, they totally understood where we came from.’
  • 156) ‘He was an extremely friendly and sweet man and he will be missed.’
  • 157) ‘The dad was an extremely sweet person, Mel says.’
  • 158) ‘While Lindsay and I disagree on some things, she's a sweet person.’
  • 159) ‘It was bought for me by some of my closest friends and some of my favourite web people - really really sweet friends who clubbed together for my thirtieth birthday.’
  • 160) ‘A great heart, a sweet personality, but bumbling and awkward.’
  • 161) ‘He was really sweet and nice, even when he was laughing in dry amusement at her crazier antics.’
  • 162) ‘She was sweet and nice to mostly everyone she meet, she didn't deserve to get in trouble cause of his stupid idea.’
  • 163) ‘Kris is a really nice and sweet guy, who'll do just about anything I ask of him.’
  • 164) ‘Put on some good music, read a good book, cook a roast, encourage friends to visit with red wine and you're sweet.’
  • 165) ‘It's a rather sweet and endearing little premise, one which the folks behind this film are hoping that coveted tween market might enjoy.’
  • 166) ‘Haden has an endearing and sweet voice and Frisell's guitar is just as elegant and persuasive.’
  • 167) ‘Once again, he blew everyone away with his sweet voice and endearing songs about love and loss.’
  • 168) ‘He looked so sweet and so endearing, and so caring.’
  • 169) ‘Probably as much as I adore her amazingly endearing, sweet, dorky, and beautiful boyfriend.’
  • 170) ‘Throughout most of it he is, on the surface and even in his heart, a charming, sweet sort of chap, not at all a villain.’
  • 171) ‘A charming and sweet, for this family, episode that centers on their holiday celebrations in New York.’
  • 172) ‘My sweet cat is very loving and hardly ever moves, so she never causes me any trouble.’
  • 173) ‘When I tell you Polo was a sweet cat, understand I don't mean she was nice for a cat.’
  • 174) ‘Her sweet voice and cute, large eyes attracted most people.’
  • 175) ‘Like a lot of people I've heard from, my expectations for it were not exactly sky high, but I was very pleasantly surprised at how charming and sweet the movie is.’
  • 176) ‘He was so cute, so sweet, so special and so attractive.’
  • 177) ‘For the second year in a row I am assisting with finding a home for a sweet little black cat.’
  • 178) ‘It is that idealism and sweet sentiment which make Barrichello so endearing and were he able to usurp Schumacher Senior this season, there are few who would begrudge him the title.’
  • 179) ‘I find people treating my friends' guide dogs as being sweet or cute offensive - they are working dogs, and no cuter or more highly trained than a heading dog.’
  • 180) ‘They make him look so sweet and adorable and well, that's a total misconception if you really know Jake.’
  • 181) ‘Secretly Henrietta longed for a cat, a sweet gray tabby with little paws and doleful eyes who she could share her life long secrets with.’
  • 182) ‘Most cats in these organizations are healthy and sweet kittens and cats.’
  • 183) ‘Yep, I think she's sweet on him.’
  • 184) ‘I noticed that he was kind of sweet on one of the waitresses there.’
  • 185) ‘Me and him were sweet on each other when we were just knee high.’
  • 186) ‘I can't read signals well, but if I were to take a stab at it, I would guess that she is sweet on me.’
  • 187) ‘Mick was pretty sweet on her,’
  • 188) ‘I don't think that their sound engineer noticed that I'm a little bit sweet on him.’
  • 189) ‘Something tells me you're rather sweet on this girl of yours?’
  • 190) ‘I guess he's sweet on Anna.’
  • 191) ‘He's unfailingly calm and polite around Claire, and we get the sense throughout this episode that Ethan is sweet on her.’
  • 192) ‘It's Polly and Robert; they're sweet on each other, as if you couldn't guess.’
  • 193) ‘There was about her, in George Eliot's lovely phrase, ‘the sweet presence of a good diffused’.’
  • 194) ‘In fact, I'd like to think that, were the incident to recur today, I would politely shove him to the ground, dole out a few sweet phrases, and send him packing.’
  • 195) ‘Halvais have produced as many variations on their themes as European confectioners have on boiled sugar sweets.’
  • 196) ‘Casey James Confectionery Store has sold sweets and candies on St Mary's Street, off the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, since 1954.’
  • 197) ‘Another point to stress is that they do not seem to have candies or sweets for children: sugar is in short supply and regarded’
  • 198) ‘He also spoke to Mr Wells, who made some of the memory-evoking sweets in the confectioner's shop in Princess Mary Court.’
  • 199) ‘Then came the sweet: an enormous confection covered with spun sugar.’
  • 200) ‘Avoid sugar and other sweets in order to bring your body's blood-sugar levels back within a normal range.’
  • 201) ‘Some 45 Asian workers at the factory, which produces Indian sweets for restaurants and shops, have been taking action over low pay for several weeks.’
  • 202) ‘Note that eating sugar and sweets increases your attractiveness to many insects!’
  • 203) ‘The workers produce handmade Indian sweets for shops and restaurants.’
  • 204) ‘When my school friends persuaded me to try stealing a penny sweet from a local shop, I couldn't do it from Mr K's shop, because he knew me.’
  • 205) ‘Police had observed 47 children buying sweets from the shop late on a Sunday afternoon.’
  • 206) ‘When I was a young child, I used to live near a shop that sold sweets in jars.’
  • 207) ‘Kids get more punishment than that for stealing a few sweets from a shop.’
  • 208) ‘TWO sisters were seriously injured when they were hit by a car after walking to the shop for sweets.’
  • 209) ‘A run on stocks in the shops began at once, and by the middle of that summer there was queueing for sweets, and many shops had imposed unofficial ration schemes.’
  • 210) ‘The sandwiches and shows, and a little sweet shop he set up at the end of the flats.’
  • 211) ‘Along with that was a small bag of sweets and some chocolate.’
  • 212) ‘The child and ego within him have never been able to resist the lure of a bag of sweets.’
  • 213) ‘Shops sell seasonal sweets such as flat hard cakes called klaasjes, and speculoos, gingerbread moulded in the shape of St Nicholas.’
  • 214) ‘But what a good idea to have prepared a large collection of bags of sweets to pass to your daughters at regular intervals throughout the film.’
  • 215) ‘Pudding was rose - flavoured chum chum sweetmeats, lachedar rabri, a milk sweet, and tila kulfi - Indian ice cream on a stick, delivered by cart.’
  • 216) ‘A number of desserts and sweets have a national presence, principally a group of milk desserts of the flan or caramel custard family.’
  • 217) ‘Faced with multiple sweets and puddings, I simply reclined and used the best of the divan.’
  • 218) ‘Patients can choose from a variety of main courses, accompaniments and sweets for their lunch or supper, and there are vegetarian, halal and high calorie choices.’
  • 219) ‘Divided into sections that cover small eats, drinks, soups, rice dishes, side dishes and sweets, the recipes are clear and concise.’
  • 220) ‘Amongst the sweets is Xmas Igloo, Christmas pudding ice cream made with brandy.’
  • 221) ‘Different sweets we just had to try, sticky toffee pudding, cheesecake, and chocolate gateaux.’
  • 222) ‘I passed on the sweets, but my husband chose the double chocolate pudding with custard.’
  • 223) ‘Coffee is also their speciality and meals available include breakfasts, lunches and afternoon sweets, which are available to eat in or takeaway.’
  • 224) ‘We were in the mood for sweets, and Smiths duly obliged with a superb creme brûlée for me and a sweet pastry case filled with mixed berries topped with creme fraiche and berry sauce for my mother.’
  • 225) ‘Or is this repertoire of sweets a taste of things to come for the Indian team?’

Examples

  • 1) The properties all have fitted kitchens with granite worktops and white ceramic bathroom suites.
  • 2) No special suite is set aside for his use.
  • 3) There was more dealing being done in hotel suites than on the casino floors.
  • 4) To the right is an en suite bedroom and bath.
  • 5) On the second floor a bedroom was sacrificed to make an en suite bathroom.
  • 6) All come with two en suite bathrooms and balconies.
  • 7) He went back to his hotel suite with the intention of getting ready to go to the party.
  • 8) This is like walking in and nicking the three-piece suite.
  • 9) Stepping into one of the 14 suites was fabulous.
  • 10) At nine, he composed a suite of six pieces.
  • 11) We don't have a set product suite.
  • 12) The wife wants a new three-piece suite.
  • 13) Just around the corner, the same owners have opened a set of suites.
  • 14) It will complement a chrome three-piece suite already sitting in his dining room.
  • 15) We are in a large hotel suite in Soho.
  • 16) The Romans tamed the spring and built a suite of luxurious baths around it.
  • 17) You can make the accommodation flexible, include en suite bathrooms and walls that open and shut.
  • 18) Inside, the furnished apartments have marble bath suites and hardwood floors.
  • 19) The appeal of the en suite bathroom and other custom-built comforts seems to grow as graduation approaches.
  • 20) Not so a group of foreign royals who hire out 40 rooms with two suites set aside for shopping bags.
  • 21) Think of them as an investment; like a three-piece suite.
  • 22) The firm came up with a three-storey building containing 50 suites which spins slowly on a giant steel turntable.
  • 23) The centerpiece is really the title suite, a 37 minute 11 part collection with interconnected and repeating themes depicted on symphonic progressive, classical, and medieval instrumentation.
  • 24) RT @the_hindu: BJP broke every single promise made before SC on Kar Seva: P Chidambaram apnawatan P Chidambaram: We are not debating the title suite that is sub-judice.
  • 25) So, we put together a medley, which I call a suite of songs, like a classically arranged suite of songs, and that's what made it different.
  • 26) Shape of limbs appears to be mostly an epigenically regulated expression suite from a basic set of morphological genes (HOX?).
  • 27) It all reminds me of the start of Michael Wolff's Burn Rate, which by memory starts in a near identical Dot Com Conference although I do like Intel's suiteTwo depending on how the implementation of the different API's work - And similarly Pluck getting $7m for their social media suite is also interesting incl Reuters as an investor.
  • 28) After a twelve hour drive from Texas, the suite is a nice big room, plain but comfy, a real treat if you pack some Epsom salts for that tub!
  • 29) You'll see, "she laughed, apologetically," that I've taken for you what they call a suite, and I've done it for this reason.
  • 30) The participants at the workshop condemned the activities of what they termed suite case NGOs, which, according to them, are out to enrich themselves.
  • 31) Upon inspection, if the tenant's basement suite is not clean, the cost of cleaning services plus a fine of $100.00 will be levied.
  • 32) ‘The kitchen area, which will serve smaller suites of dining rooms, is extensive enough to ensure that guests will not be eating sandwiches.’
  • 33) ‘We shared a ‘state room,’ which was actually a suite with a common room, a bathroom, and two smaller bedrooms for us at either side.’
  • 34) ‘We slept in a family suite, with two single beds in the bedroom for Gabrielle and Matthew and a pull-down double bed in the lounge for my wife and me.’
  • 35) ‘The hotel will be the first Radisson Edwardian outside London and will have two presidential suites, 18 junior suites and 115 deluxe rooms when it opens in 2004.’
  • 36) ‘The suites include a Tivoli suite, seven deluxe suites, 18 courtyard suites and 11 superior rooms.’
  • 37) ‘Throw in a playroom for kids and a sitting room in the master suite, and before long a house for a family of four has enough living space that no one need ever interact with another again.’
  • 38) ‘That warm feeling grew when we saw our accommodation: a modern, purpose-built chalet with 10 family suites and a fully equipped nursery.’
  • 39) ‘There is now a suite of rooms at Burnley General Hospital where families who have suffered a bereavement can stop over, away from the maternity unit where they used to have to stay.’
  • 40) ‘Upstairs there's a game room, a play space, a master suite (with sitting room), three bedrooms, and three baths.’
  • 41) ‘In fact, one of the new rooms will be a suite, with living room, bedroom and loft, as well as a fireplace and a private deck.’
  • 42) ‘Your loft could be transformed into a new bedroom, bathroom, office study or a suite of rooms.’
  • 43) ‘As well as a ground floor brasserie seating 50 there is a more formal 110-seater restaurant on the first floor and private dining rooms and suites above that.’
  • 44) ‘The club's two hospitality suites were brimming full with corporate guests.’
  • 45) ‘It has its own staff quarters, a leisure suite, library, spiral staircases and a turret - this home is well worth three lifelines’
  • 46) ‘She has worked in all parts of Wythenshawe's maternity department, from the ante-natal ward to the delivery suite and special care baby unit.’
  • 47) ‘I arrived on Friday night and met with Jerome and one of his associates in a suite of production offices they had reserved for our purposes on the old Columbia Studio lot in Hollywood.’
  • 48) ‘But like all good design, it is functional as well, with training and conference suites as well as office accommodation, a library, an organic café and a retail area.’
  • 49) ‘We wanted to please the people in the executive suites.’
  • 50) ‘Three extra consulting and treatment suites are set to be built at the South Woodham Ferrers health clinic, which should allow more patients to be seen in the town.’
  • 51) ‘Students often have free access to university equipment and editing suites.’
  • 52) ‘The Leather Sofa Company is now the premier arena in the South East for leather sofas, suites, armchairs, recliners and the new vogue - suede and leather cube poufs.’
  • 53) ‘The family's purchases from Courts in Staples Corner, London, included a dining table and four chairs, a coffee table, a lamp table, a three-piece suite and a bed.’
  • 54) ‘A star attraction was a bedroom suite designed by Royal furniture maker David Linley which sold for £19,200.’
  • 55) ‘In Victorian times, by contrast, even mid-level officers began to take whole suites of campaign furniture with them.’
  • 56) ‘The gallery still houses one of the finest surviving suites of Regency giltwood furniture made to commemorate Lord Nelson and his victories.’
  • 57) ‘With this it purchased some new furnishings, including a suite of furniture and bed mattresses.’
  • 58) ‘For those who came of age with Habitat, he offered alternatives to the dreaded three-piece suites, armchairs with antimacassars and standard lamps with tasselled shades.’
  • 59) ‘Paul Highsmith said the rubbish outside his premises was not his and that people continued to dump items such as beds, furniture suites and other household waste.’
  • 60) ‘Travel furniture from chairs, tables and bookcases to bedroom suites, was in much demand in the late 18th and 19th centuries.’
  • 61) ‘In one corner there is a suite of furniture grouped around a stylish coffee table and state-of-the-art television, with a screen that would not be out of place in any Cineplex.’
  • 62) ‘There is space for a three-piece suite and work desk, so the room could be used as a family room or study.’
  • 63) ‘Originally part of a suite of furniture that included ten armchairs, it is now the only surviving one from the group.’
  • 64) ‘As well as providing a top class upholstery service they also supply sofas, couches, arm chairs and suites made to the customer specifications.’
  • 65) ‘Many of the furniture suites and individual items are imported but for the past twenty years, the Cane Shop has also manufactured a range of its own pieces.’
  • 66) ‘If you ordered the suite of furniture in response to an advertisement in Ireland, the Irish courts have jurisdiction over the matter.’
  • 67) ‘There are satellite dishes, suites of furniture for sale on the pavements, brightly lit shops selling everything.’
  • 68) ‘In this exhibition, Shed Sutra, Andrew has made a suite of furniture from recycled materials that explore the role of tools in the creative process.’
  • 69) ‘An example is the suite of ebonized furniture he made for John Taylor Johnston about 1860.’
  • 70) ‘It was equipped with a chimneypiece and once had a suite of rustic furniture.’
  • 71) ‘These included five TV sets, two luxurious lounge suits, two plush dining room suites, an executive bedroom suite and artworks.’
  • 72) ‘His division of works into dance suites and more serious music is essentially the same as Corelli's distinction between sonate da camera and sonate da chiesa.’
  • 73) ‘Partitas are simply suites of dances, although we shall quickly see that Bach's dances aren't meant for court or rustic dancers.’
  • 74) ‘Brooks Bruzzese perfectly delineated the sentimentality of Holst's Air and brought high spirited pulse to the suite's concluding Dance.’
  • 75) ‘Usually, recordings of the score cut it down to a suite of five dances.’
  • 76) ‘Taylor's Black Tuesday is a suite of dances set to popular songs from the Great Depression.’
  • 77) ‘A sinfonia and a final entrée for dancing conclude the suite.’
  • 78) ‘It includes a suite of dances from the ballet Paquita which have been reproduced for the company by two stars of the Kirov, Nikita Shcheglov and Veronika Ivanova.’
  • 79) ‘The evening's finale was Dances from Napoli, one of Bournonville's most popular suites of dances.’
  • 80) ‘He didn't stop at that since he came back to ‘Raymonda’ one more time, in 1973, to create a suite of dances to honour Melissa Hayden at her retirement gala.’
  • 81) ‘There were suites of dances before, but never one so unadorned in a theatrical sense that became such an emotional journey.’
  • 82) ‘In the first year of her tenure, ten years before her death, Primus staged Excerpts From an African Journey, a suite of traditional dances.’
  • 83) ‘And a suite of modern dances was performed by Santa Clara University students.’
  • 84) ‘My piece, ‘Fire,’ from the suite Dance of the Elements, was a tribute to Fuller's old one.’
  • 85) ‘This wonderful suite of dance movements features a variety of styles, such as swing, tango and ragtime.’
  • 86) ‘The first was a lengthy, absorbing narrative; the second, a suite of traditional songs and dances.’
  • 87) ‘The ballet-loving Parisians were given a 20-minute suite of dances at the start of Act Three, which is a harem scene.’
  • 88) ‘The performance of the ballet suite Les Deux Pigeons by French composer Andr Messager was particularly successful; perhaps this idiom is one in which the orchestra feels most secure.’
  • 89) ‘The suite included two couples in Calliope House, the dance called the Reel of Four and considered the oldest Scottish dance formation.’
  • 90) ‘In this delightful suite of dances the full range of his talent is on display.’
  • 91) ‘What is the general mood that will prevail in the expression of a Kathak dancer throughout a whole dance suite?’
  • 92) ‘Spring Songs, the little suite of five pieces for treble recorder that opens this disc, lives up to its title.’
  • 93) ‘The late musicologist Christopher Palmer tried to promote this score by arranging a suite from it.’
  • 94) ‘Prokofiev fashioned a suite of six pieces resembling a classical divertimento, but one laced with dissonances, evoking Stravinsky's Octet.’
  • 95) ‘Though they were written for different instrumental combinations, and four separate performing groups, Lang has combined the pieces into a suite.’
  • 96) ‘All sections are given titles, as though the composer had envisaged the work as a suite of character pieces.’
  • 97) ‘The beginning, end, and main notes of a musical suite are determined by the maqam.’
  • 98) ‘The CD contains a short string quartet movement, a suite of four pieces for brass quintet, and solo pieces for piano, trombone, and cello.’
  • 99) ‘In any case, there are more compelling - musical - reasons why the suite, as Holst conceived it, stands alone.’
  • 100) ‘And as a godless agnostic/atheist I always have the strongest reaction to the final piece in the suite, Neptune, The Mystic.’
  • 101) ‘Her idea was to rearrange the songs into a suite of contemporary classical arrangements that could be performed by a modernist chamber orchestra.’
  • 102) ‘He finished most of the rest (including the original piano piece) as an orchestral suite during the Thirties.’
  • 103) ‘In the second half of the concert, the symphonic suite Carelia by Jean Sibelius and Symphony No.4 in d-moll by Robert Schumann were performed.’
  • 104) ‘They reshape the festive polyrhythms of a village, a street sound, a rhythm-and-blues tune, or a folk melody into solos, suites, and symphonies.’
  • 105) ‘He encroached on such EMI memorabilia as Menuhin in the Elgar concerto, Artur Schnabel in the Beethoven sonatas and Casals in the Bach suites, which had never fallen out of print.’
  • 106) ‘Now with a new CD of his orchestral music, including a 1996 orchestral suite at opus 231, some idea of his industry is apparent.’
  • 107) ‘You come away from the recording of these two complete suites with great respect for the young Frenchman's musicality and technical facility.’
  • 108) ‘This is followed by Respighi's The Birds, an orchestral suite which took wing on the basis of pieces written by other composers.’
  • 109) ‘The programme will be something of a surprise comprising of a fantasy by Telemann, a suite or partita by Bach and Barry Guy's ‘Inachis’.’
  • 110) ‘It is interpolated from two of his suites for orchestra.’
  • 111) ‘One of the focal pieces of the performance will be a suite by young Grahamstown composer Gareth Walwyn, in commemoration of Youth Day - 16 June.’
  • 112) ‘At twelve precisely of that day, Queen Victoria and her suite entered London, coming from Scotland where she had been residing for some time.’
  • 113) ‘His flight was arranged for during one of the king's long marches when the party had stopped for the night at a farm-house; and the king and his suite occupied a barn, and the prince and his attendants slept in another at some little distance.’
  • 114) ‘On Saturday, 22nd, His Royal Highness, after visiting several of the public buildings of the city, accompanied by his suite, took his departure from Chicago by the same car that had brought him.’
  • 115) ‘All the programs in the suite have a coherent design, even when you start getting into their more complex settings, and it's in this usability that McAfee is head and shoulders above any of its rivals.’
  • 116) ‘QMTP is a supplemental suite of programs designed for moving mail over slow connections.’
  • 117) ‘Over the years, IBM Lotus has developed a broad suite of collaborative applications designed to run as part of its core groupware platform.’
  • 118) ‘For most computer users, Office is the familiar suite of word-processing, spreadsheet, and e-mail software that they use every day.’
  • 119) ‘Towards the end of the 1980s, standard test program suites were developed to measure processing speed.’
  • 120) ‘Everyone seems to like the word processor, but other useful parts of the suite include a drawing program and a presentation package.’
  • 121) ‘Test house Schaffner EMC has developed a software suite that can be configured to handle any combination of electrical emission and immunity tests.’
  • 122) ‘At times like this, a suite of office software with a word processor, a spreadsheet and a selection of other handy office tools comes into its own.’
  • 123) ‘With the 6310i you get a CD with a suite of PC programs which lets you make backups of data and settings.’
  • 124) ‘By 1998 he had developed a suite of programs covering aspects of various forms of light microscope, some of which are used to teach medical students.’
  • 125) ‘The set includes a suite of automatic test programs which are said to be simple to run and give users full flexibility to tailor test applications in their own specific requirements.’
  • 126) ‘The Entercept suite is designed to prevent host computer attacks by providing a driver that operates at the kernel level of an operating system or web server.’
  • 127) ‘The suite contains the key programs you're likely to need, including word processor and spreadsheet software.’
  • 128) ‘The company also creates innovative advertising programs that include a suite of digital marketing tools, called ProfiTools.’
  • 129) ‘The financial suite of products is in particular demand, she added, but older technologies such as C + + have fallen largely by the wayside.’
  • 130) ‘You also get the Palm suite of organiser and productivity software which you can sync with your PC or Mac via USB.’
  • 131) ‘Soon Scient is expected to announce a new suite of consulting products intended to help its clients navigate the next economy.’
  • 132) ‘Sales to mobile phone operators are developing well in Europe and the company continues to develop its suite of products.’
  • 133) ‘Tumbleweed offers these solutions in three comprehensive product suites: MailGate, SecureTransport, and Validation Authority.’
  • 134) ‘Huawei can provide access to a strong suite of data-networking products, such as routers and switches, through its joint venture with 3Com.’
  • 135) ‘The subalkaline character of the magmatic activity, combined with the prevalence of acidic effusive rocks, is characteristic of an orogenic suite developed on continental crust.’
  • 136) ‘The island contains a suite of rocks deposited in a forearc setting to the west of a magmatic arc, formed as the Pacific plate was subducted beneath Antarctica.’
  • 137) ‘We also describe, as a case study, a suite of these rocks from the Antarctic Peninsula.’
  • 138) ‘Of the three resulting rock suites, the East Hill suite is the youngest, the most geochemically evolved, and the subject of this investigation.’
  • 139) ‘Evaporites undergo changes on burial owing to reactions between interstitial brines and previously deposited salts to produce new suites of minerals.’
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