Some articles on guests, guest:
... not to be strong-armed, a unique assembly of well-known guests from various walks of life are featured as regulars on the show ... About a third of the guests are usually members (occasionally leaders) of major Japanese political parties, and the rest are usually a mix of famous tarento and prominent foreign personalities ... While some of the regulars and guests are also strong debators, many (especially some of the tarento) do not tend to participate much in the heated talks ...
... experts and journalists” to appear as guests by allowing them to speak at length on issues ignored by larger news outlets ... get heard in current mainstream US media.” Notable guests have included politicians such as Nigel Farage, Nick Griffin and Jeremy Corbyn (United Kingdom), Marine Le Pen (France ... and Norman Finkelstein and assorted guests like former lobbyist Jack Abramoff and Apple Inc ...
... Three guests check into a hotel room ... The clerk says the bill is $30, so each guest pays $10 ... To rectify this, he gives the bellhop $5 to return to the guests ...
... To date, the show has had a number of internationally renowned guests appear in interviews and short live action segments ...
Famous quotes containing the word guests:
“When the guests have left, the host is at peace.”
“Womens eyes are wanderers, and too often bring home guests that are very troublesome to them, and whom, once introduced, they cannot get out of the house.”
—Samuel Richardson (16891761)
“When her guests were awash with champagne and with gin,
She was recklessly sober, as sharp as a pin.
An abstemious man would reel at her look,
As she rolled a bright eye and praised his last book.”
—William Plomer (19031973)