Sheraton

[ US /ˈʃɛɹətən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a furniture style that originated in England around 1800; simple in design with straight lines and classical ornamentation
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How To Use Sheraton In A Sentence

  • The Sheraton Perdana is the nearest luxury hotel to the yacht club.
  • At the Sheraton hotel in Luxor a few tourists were braving the geopolitics — some Europeans, a couple of Japanese, and a scattering of doughty American retirees of the type who can't get along without L.L. Bean boat bags. Letter From Egypt
  • Furthermore, the Company has developed plans for flexible new-build Sheraton and Westin prototypes, with the intent of expanding these brands into tertiary markets.
  • Sheraton describes the tenderly crusty roll as “characterized by an indented center well that is ringed by a softer, higher rim, all generously flecked with toasted onions and, at its most authentic, with a showering of poppy seeds.” The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time
  • Scotsoft 2002 takes place on Friday at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Edinburgh.
  • Iraqi officials say the attackers drove cars packed with explosives and set off their bombs in quick succession outside Baghdad's Ishtar Sheraton, Babylon and al-Hamra hotels.
  • In between, demonstrators had ringed the Sheraton to prevent an alternative entry to the Convention Center.
  • Finally, later that evening, the Dillard Family headed over to the downtown Sheraton for the formal banquet, which was also a great deal of fun.
  • The venue — the Sheraton Crystal City Hotel in Arlington — has had no reported bed bug problems, according to a popular online registry, so at least conference participants will be sleeping tight.
  • Part of the Sheraton Grand Hotel, with great views of the castle, there's a buffet at lunchtime, with plenty of good salads and dips or the chef will cook a stir-fry to order.
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