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- noun Plural form of
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In Tuscany, where the people are sometimes called mangiafagiole, or bean-eaters, it seems almost their answer to soy.
Badawin, ho believe in nothing but flesh, milk, and dates, deride the bean-eaters, but they do not consider the food so disgusting as onions.
Say "-- he paused, and his sober face turned sad --" if all the bean-eaters who claim their grandpas were minute-men tell the truth, there wasn't no glory in winning at Lexington, there was such a tremendous sight of 'em.
"With a few bean-eaters from Boston to help," Goodrich responded.
Thoreau behind the bars, was an important factor in the New England renaissance, and as such should be immortalized by a statue made of punk, set up on Boston Common for the delectation of bean-eaters.
Our native bean-eaters have mistaken the stranger; they have not had time as yet to grow familiar with it, or to appreciate its merits; they have prudently abstained from touching the _ayacot_, whose novelty awoke suspicion.
villaraigosa can clean up the air in los angeles by getting rid of a few million bean-eaters.