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“Those are called the Breadcrumbs, as they show each step to get to that page (index, category, forum, topic, etc.)”
“The as yet unreleased iPhone app is called Breadcrumbs and it will give consumers access to information about grocery food items.”
“If the aforementioned plays variously critique 21st-century America, Jennifer Haley probes the personal with "Breadcrumbs," about the bond between Alida (Arthur), a writer losing her memory, and Beth (Kaminsky), her caregiver.”
“Like "Breadcrumbs," Michele Lowe's "Inana" -- previously staged in Denver -- explores intimate relationships, but it layers them bracingly onto a geopolitical canvas.”
“Jennifer Haley's "Breadcrumbs" depicts an aging writer who asks her caregiver to help finish her autobiography.”
“IBM told ReadWriteWeb that when 4G becomes common place in mobile phones, then apps such as Breadcrumbs will become more powerful and be readily used on-the-fly by consumers when grocery shopping.”
“• Hourglass • Progress bars • "Your order has been received" page • "Breadcrumbs" • Rollover buttons”
“- Record Active Track and See "Breadcrumbs" on the Map Screen -”
“To make the meatballs mix together the Onion, Turkey, Breadcrumbs, Egg yolk, and plenty of salt and pepper in a mixing bowl.”
“Breadcrumbs seem to be the most popular choice, but Rose Elliot's recipe, in Vegetarian Christmas as recommended by one of the three nice people who did tweet back, India Knight, doesn't quite convince as the centrepiece of the festive feast.”
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