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  • n. Plural form of bread crumb; alternative form of breadcrumbs.


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  • She stood up from the lounge chair, brushed a few corn bread crumbs from her shorts, and headed over to the huge spread Cally’s parents had set out underneath a tent on the south side of the lawn.

    She’s Got the Beat

  • The Hubbard, White & Willis lawyers and paralegals working on the case, clutching stacks of documents, scurried back and forth between the several conference rooms devoted to the closing like ants stealing bread crumbs from a picnic though with considerably more content faces than their insect counterparts — presumably because ants don't make a collective $4, 000 per hour for carting around bits of soggy food.

    Mistress of Justice

  • Lunch at sunset, bread crumbs on the harpsiclavier keys.

    Son of a Witch


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