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  • That moment for gun aficionados was the pre-noon appearance at the Citrus Bowl of an unidentified man carrying three firearms.

    Orlando Police Ask for Guns, Get Missile Launcher | Impact Lab

  • A Day In The Life 1. Jolt awake to radio alarm at ungodly pre-noon hour for day job attendance.

    A Day In The Life « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • Our daily pre-noon roundup of current Twitter trends.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • As is my Arbogast Day custom, I'm on my third pre-noon drink.

    It's Arbogast Day!

  • Last year the Red Sox also faced the Yankees in the pre-noon sun, which is a much better idea than 2000's matchup against Oakland.

    USATODAY.com - Some expectations are hard to meet

  • Lonely, except for her dog, Troy, and a bit sour, and a touch too fond of the pre-noon cocktail, she hung on in the Volney residential hotel in New York — within dog-walking distance of Central Park and full of the sort of idle women she had always despised — and continued to make biting remarks to a diminishing audience.

    Rebel in Evening Clothes

  • We didn't stress about getting an "early" pre-noon start and once we got downtown, we walked over to way too much breakfast taco.

    The PhiLL(er)

  • So when Risa and I got together pre-noon, we were shocked to discover that our breakfast place lacks breakfast.

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • But as far as pre-noon brunch drinks go, it's not the most inventive.

    The Kitchn

  • PATRICK: We're going to try and limit the hippieier element of the festival to pre-noon activities.

    Mark Maynard

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