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When entertaining dignitaries, such as government or military officials and foreign diplomats, the host or hostess of an official luncheon or dinner seats the guests according to rank.
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I thought about the question awhile, then decided to give her several specifics rather than a long laundry list. THE 50'S FAMILY AND TODAY'S. BALTIMORE— Are we returning to the 1950's-style family?
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