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- n. The business of providing food and related services.
- v. Present participle of cater.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. providing food and services
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The staggering weekend success of "New Moon" and the "Twilight" phenomenon overall both point to the value in catering event films to a wider market of viewers.
And publishers seem more interested in catering to adults than the end user - the child who should be learning to read for pleasure (rather than to please a parent or teacher).
Last year it bought Cambridge Foods, a price-competitive supermarket chain catering to the millions of poorer South Africans who have to commute to their jobs from townships and villages.
Later works did even better in catering to both audiences.
But we can make a start by calling attention to the politicians who systematically make things worse in catering to their contributors.
They find some people engaged in catering to tourists are more concerned with Americanizing Canada than they are with maintaining the Canadian, yes, and the British atmosphere of this great country.
New Yorkers had outdone themselves in catering for the amusement of their guests.
Johnson's rap offering was posted last February on the MySpace page of Hood Certified Entertainment, a record label catering to a particular slice of the hip-hop market.
According to the indictment and other information, the couple falsely promised the woman a lucrative, short-term catering job.
In case of proper development, it’s realy to be a breakthrough in catering and food consumption overall.
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