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- noun Alternative spelling of
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- noun (Yiddish) glazed yeast-raised doughnut-shaped roll with hard crust
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A make-up wearing Grint, who plays Ron Weasley in the hit 'Harry Potter' film series, staggered around town with cross-dressing friends in search of a late night "beigel" - that's British for bagel.
Though the East End is now mostly populated by later-arriving immigrants, a few bakers of the British "beigel" -- two of them on Brick Lane -- are lingering "vestiges of the area's Jewish past."
At each house they are given small, fresh-baked chola, bun, or beigel.
O'Leary Square and you might be able to pick up a beigel (or a slice of cheesecake) from
You dont want to spend the rest of your life looking back with disgust at every picnic and curry you shared, regretting the times of ringing in sick to spend the day in bed together, recalling festivals, boat trips, backstage passes, crazy French bars, trips to the all-night beigel shop at five in the morning, the night the Tories were kicked out, the bewildered newspaper man in the snow, as merely part of a marathon mistake.