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“There are people solely devoted to Ron Miller, the man who plays ragtime piano in Refreshment Corner at the end of Main Street.”
“It is also known as Refreshment Sunday or Sunday of the Five Loaves It was also called Rose Sunday because the Golden Rose, sent by the popes to Catholic sovereigns, used to be blessed at this time.”
“I am hungry when I arrive at the 'Refreshment' station where I am expected.”
“It serves us for a kind of Refreshment, and takes off from that Satiety we are apt to complain of in our usual and ordinary Entertainments.”
“The survey focused on four categories of chains: Large (up to 5,000 U.S. outlets), Mega (over 5,000), Full-Service (with table service), and Quick-Refreshment (focused on beverages, ice cream, etc.).”
“The "Race to Refreshment" sponsored by Coors Light includes fun giveaways and discounts in honor of the race.”
“Thus was born the Refreshment of Spirit blog, so I could write about the thing I love best in all the world—stories that bring us a little closer to the Author and Redeemer of all.”
“And since my mother was the coordinator, I was placed on Refreshment Detail.”
“So the Refreshment of Spirit blog is back with a Christmas post!”
“That same artwork features a diagram of a Tube Refreshment Carriage used to serve people food while they sheltered from the Blitz.”
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