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“After "linner," we came back to the building and popped in on a party our downstairs neighbors were having to showcase their new floor.”
“But one of the best times to perch at the bar is "linner," that quiet time between lunch and dinner.”
“A-Rod digging into a late lunch/early dinner (linner? dunch?) with his lawyer at the Palm on Monday afternoon after the Yankees 'visit to the White House.”
“Up to 3 days before the “linner” or up to 3 weeks, if freezing:”
“R.E.M.'s Crushed With Eyeliner sounded like "Crushed with eye-linner”
“Once we were done, I still had time before my linner if a meal between breakfast and lunch time is called brunch, shouldn't a meal between lunch and dinner be called linner?”
“Then we went home and hung out there for a while until my cousin called to take us to lunch (linner? dunch?) at the Weathervane at A Southern Season.”
“Culm is jointed, hollow, Smooth, as large as a goose quill, and more firm than ordinary grass; the leaf is linner broad and rough; it has much the appearance of the Meadin Cain as it is Called in the Southern parts of the U States, and retains it's virdue untill late in the fall. this grass propegates principally by the Root which is horozontal and perennial.”
“Made from a high impact plastic that has the look and feel of a cermic crock, non-porous surface, with stackable trays and food service linner, and”
“Made from a high impact plastic that has the look and feel of a cermic crock, non-porous surface, with stackable trays and food service linner, and a divider insert.”
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