Why, I wonder, is davenport so obsessed with defining himself as part of the British aristocracy?
“You can host a sit-down diner for 140, and the house can accommodate 700 people at a party,” davenport says proudly.
Honey davenport was in character, performing his usual set at a Manhattan drag bar.
Alternatively, one can consult facts—and it's no wonder, when you do, why Berman and davenport don't mention any numbers.
Since getting out, in May, davenport says he has been attempting to pick up what he calls normal life.
Miss davenport slipped the paper into her pocket and returned to the cab.
There is no hurry, and I am not losing time while Mr davenport is here.
Old Lady Hayes was staying with her niece, who had married a certain Mr. davenport, and had one son.
The need for action roused her, and she went over to her davenport.
Lenny had told him of the trouble the colonel was having with Dr. davenport.
"large upholstered couch," 1897, apparently named for the manufacturer. Earlier (1853) "a kind of small ornamental writing table." The proper name is attested from 12c., from a place in Cheshire (Old English Devennport).