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- n. dessert
- n. The festivities held after a wedding meal.
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- n. a dish served as the last course of a meal
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And for what Mary Margaret called the afters, desserts, she had made custard to pour over a Madeira cake, a kind of pound cake.
And one thing we noticed that packs a real punch in the afters are the window treatments ...
Alarm bells should have run when they took so long to cook I ended up eating them after "afters".
Hit: Judging from "Divine Design," some of the "afters" should be downright inspiring.
In the 'afters' she is not only slimmed down, but kind of blurred, so that the physicality is veiled.
Of course that's not to say they should be running sanctioned 12 round title fights after innocuous challenges, but there's certainly some leeway here for the "afters".
Yes, there are beautiful "afters," not just the pitiful
Every single one of the "afters" is so much better than the "befores".
If you haven't gorged enough, for afters there are foodie films including Ratatouille and Babette's Feast.
Carr is then booked in a little bit of afters.19 mins: KC break and Kamara sends a cross floating into the area but it's cleared.
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