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1 A waiter in a tuxedo looked askance at his jeans.
2 The annual Christmas program, with full tuxedoed orchestra, sets, choreography and Broadway-caliber costumes, was standing room only.
3 My own favorite involves the time I had to rent a tuxedo jacket for a Sunday night Tony Awards ceremony.
4 Then he reaches into the pocket of his tuxedo and produces his type-written acceptance speech.
5 You rented a tuxedo for two hundred dollars? Are you crazy?
6 And for each of the 15 girls buying dresses, there is an escort in need of a tuxedo.
7 Tuxedos are de rigueur at the event.
8 A bald man in a tuxedo was standing in a doorway half-way down the alley.
9 White tablecloths and black napkins rolled and tucked with white paper napkins for a tuxedo appeal can only do so much.
10 He wore a pair of grey shoes,[www.Sentencedict.com] baggy white trousers and what appeared to be a red tuxedo.
11 She draws a man in a tuxedo, places him at an angle on the page.
12 The coveted contract helps strengthen arguments proposing Tuxedo as a defacto standard.
13 The female tuxedo is leaner and more finely honed than the male version, with slim-fitting, narrow-shouldered jackets.
14 Then a few days later we had opening night, and I was in my first tuxedo.
15 They are in their tuxedos and ball gowns.
16 The president will not have a tuxedo or suit specially made for the events.
17 SuperNova 3.1 includes new database interfaces and Unix System Labs' Tuxedo transaction processing monitor.
18 Its product line, including the Tuxedo transaction processing monitor, will be separate from Novell's.
19 We had greeters at the door in tuxedos.
20 The propensity for tuxedoed birds to enact something like a gay marriage has since provided a memorable skirmish in the culture wars.
21 Rob Rio and the Revolvers rocked while sequined and tuxedoed revelers danced amid a plethora of King Tut-like splendor.
22 Not long after, I took my four-year-old son to an elegant department store, where the melodic notes of a classic love song drew us toward a tuxedoed musician playing a grand piano.
23 I took my four-year-old son to an elegant department store, where the melodic notes of a classic love song drew us toward a tuxedoed musician playing a grand piano.
24 The illustration I use with my students to emphasize the essence of "professional accounting" is the perennial parade of tuxedoed CPAs before the audience at the Academy Awards.
25 At Yew's wedding to Aimee Kim last year, a tuxedoed Bugsy carried the rings for them.
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