Having seen how disruptive it is to family life to be forcibly relocated to even a gilded sanctuary, I have an increased sense of just how horrible it must be for parents living in the Third World.
Like a gilded self-fulfilling prophecy, wealth and prestige beget greater wealth and prestige, with dramatic implications for the future of postsecondary education.
She was looking for the kitchen, but all she kept encountering were well appointed and gilded rooms.
The walls were not covered in the dark mahogany wood, with gilded trim which adorned most of the other walls in the casino.
Much of the ceiling is fretwork, and fresco par-excellence, in gilded gold.
Its upper door panels are painted with birds and butterflies on a gilded background.
His gaze traveled up to the ceiling, where elaborate moldings surrounded a large, impressive, crystal chandelier, which stemmed from a gilded ceiling medallion.
It was a large sitting room, covered with gilded mahogany paneling, and pale green floral carpet.
But the film can't overcome its director's ham-fisted sermonizing on how those with little get the short shrift while the privileged play by a gilded rulebook.
But the London painted here, the Britain painted here, is a gilded , desirable place, magnificent yet homely, where rumours of empire intrude only as exotic hints.