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“When she was through, all that was left in the fridge was a crumpled half-loaf of bread, a tub of butter, a wilted cucumber, and some lox.”
“Immigrant right advocates, hungry for any kind of half-loaf, have given in to ever harsher enforcement measures.”
“As we know, in democracy, it's always the politics of the half-loaf.”
“The half-loaf which is baked is better than the mere recipe for two whole loaves whose dough is never even mixed.”
“But what did liberals or progressives ever get out of their half-baked, “half-loaf” strategy?”
“He was playing with a little black bitch, disgustingly fat, wrapping her up in a leek-green scarf and teasing her with a half-loaf of bread which he had put on the couch; and when from sheer nausea, she refused it, he crammed it down her throat.”
“I can't even eat a half-loaf of bread before it molds.”
“The lancer extended a slab of mutton on a half-loaf of dark bread.”
“The three men continued talking in their low voices as he ate a half-loaf of the day-old rye bread and some hard white cheese, washing both down with ale.”
“The bread and ale arrived with the thin server, a half-loaf of rye and a tall gray mug of dark ale, smelling strong enough to chew.”
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