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But catering expressly to either group would be, as the Academy Awards producers have learned, a huge mistake.
I could count on about 20 years of catering to this possibly debilitated but still buying class.
It was 1979 and I was the chef/manager of a catering operation in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
It'll be lovely; but how are we going to manage the catering department?
He was catering for a gourmet in Furneaux, and rose to the requisite height.
For one thing, avoid fixed rules and arbitrary ideas in catering.
He knew her independence of thought and action; it brooked no catering for favors.
The progressive teacher of domestic arts no longer thinks of catering merely to the personal decorative sense of young girls.
"provide food for," c.1600, from Middle English catour (n.) "buyer of provisions" (c.1400; late 13c. as a surname), a shortening of Anglo-French achatour "buyer" (Old North French acatour, Old French achatour, 13c., Modern French acheteur), from Old French achater "to buy," originally "to buy provisions," perhaps from Vulgar Latin *accaptare, from Latin ad- "to" + captare "to take, hold," frequentative of capere "to take" (see capable).
Or else from Vulgar Latin *accapitare "to add to one's capital," with second element from verbal stem of Latin caput (genitive capitis); see capital (adj.). Figuratively from 1650s. Related: Catered; catering.