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  • Vol. 52, No. 2 (January 1957), p. 1 and later used as footnotes in Naked Lunch Cut word lines — Cut music lines — Smash the control images — Smash the
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  • goes that a polite young lady journalist invited him to lunch at Chasen’s in hope of a story. Lunch in his case was a liquid affair, and left him uncommunicative
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  • person in such a way a victim cannot escape, for example: a bully demanding lunch money to a student or the student gets beaten. Coercion and power in general
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  • of the day from previous years: 2005 There ain't no such thing as a free lunch. ~ American proverb selected by Kalki 2006 I've known rivers: I've known
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  • digestive scuba gear? Phoebe: At my old school we were only afraid of lunch meat! chicken Bella: Bella! Herman: Herman! (After the bus transforms
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  • impressive as a status symbol than when you are visiting a billionaire for lunch and you and dozens of other refined guests are offered a glass of fresh
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  • me quite hungry for my lunch. Mr. Johnson: Ugh, take mine! Grover: Oh, that is very kind of you, sir. But what about your lunch? Mr. Johnson: Well, I was
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  • lights, and stood there for five minutes, and I'm going, 'I want to have lunch and get back for the matinee,' and I'm with my mother, and he still stood
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  • accomplished molehill man will often have his mountain finished even before lunch. Treadmill to Oblivion (1954). Imitation is the sincerest form of television
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  • homosexuality?" It's not like the Easter Bunny, your belief isn't necessary. Box Lunch (liner notes) They are preserving the sanctity of marriage, so that two
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  • the tendency to miss lunch. ~ Tim Berners-Lee 3 because being committed requires one to sometimes make sacrifices...missing lunch is a comical example
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  • reader to Vol. I, p. 280, where a single-word footnote defines "Tiffin" as "Lunch". Wikipedia has an article about: James Mackintosh Wikimedia
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  • me. Last Oct. 12, not long after I began this assignment, I planned to lunch with Eugene Ingram, the church's leading private eye and a former cop. Ingram
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  • Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior Traditionally, a luncheon is a lunch that takes an eon. Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior
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  • Saint Matthew, Homily L To one who asked what was the proper time for lunch, he said, "If a rich man, when you will; if a poor man, when you can." Diogenes
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  • as I like to call it: marriage. You know, because I had lunch this afternoon, not “gay lunch”. I parked my car; I didn't “gay park” it. Liz Feldman, quoted
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  • Interview with The Financial Times — Lucy Kellaway (April 28, 2012). "Lunch with the FT: Werner Erhard". The Financial Times.  Here’s my definition
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  • Marsupilami: No, Maurice. Those flowers were for your lady, Not for your lunch. Now, What are you going to give her? Marsupilami: Well, Buddy Boy. I am
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  • propensity to dream, the urge to make dreams come true and the tendency to miss lunch. Interview by Kris Herbst for Internet World (June 1994) Now, if someone
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  • Charles Bukowski (16 August 1920 – 9 March 1994) was a Los Angeles, California poet and novelist sometimes mistakenly associated with Beat Generation writers
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