We aren't talking about extravagancies
, our workers are struggling to pay for basics like food and petrol.
Today's modest farm house, set in more than 190 acres of prime Welsh countryside, gives little clue to the tragedies, extravagancies
and acrimonious disputes that have taken place in this tranquil corner of Carmarthenshire over the centuries.
Memories of the divided churches and the extravagancies
that accompanied the Great Awakening of the 1740s haunted the region.
He was head boy in his house; 'the Masters were glad to compound for a few extravagancies
, and he did pretty much as he liked'.
He further notes that for Unamuno redemptive madness is an antidote to sterile logic; Don Quixote's extravagancies
are a form of rebellion against this tyranny of the spirit (103)--and as Unamuno wryly adds to his discourse, this madness is "loco, y no tonto" (145) ("crazy, but not stupid").
Here, a sampling of some of the best new extravagancies
that a guest can anticipate:
According to an ASAE industry research study that examined the perks of nearly 800 CEOs from associations of all types and sizes, few (if any) CEOs receive such extravagancies