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  • The recipe is such a breezer and yet satisfies your need for a delicious desert.

    Mishti Doi

  • I have a wide brimmed Cabela's breezer hat (poor man's tilly) that does an excellent job.

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  • The recipe is such a breezer and yet satisfies your need for a delicious desert.

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  • I have a wide brimmed Cabela's breezer hat (poor man's tilly) that does an excellent job.

    Look Hot Without Burning

  • Riding in a yellow-and-chrome breezer, a Roamer, which may have belonged to the Babe, or may just have been borrowed for the occasion and driven by a chauffeur of the same uncertain provenance, they were on their way to the Hebrew Orphan House, just as Ruby had promised they would all those weeks ago in the Birdcage.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • Riding in a yellow-and-chrome breezer, a Roamer, which may have belonged to the Babe, or may just have been borrowed for the occasion and driven by a chauffeur of the same uncertain provenance, they were on their way to the Hebrew Orphan House, just as Ruby had promised they would all those weeks ago in the Birdcage.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • Riding in a yellow-and-chrome breezer, a Roamer, which may have belonged to the Babe, or may just have been borrowed for the occasion and driven by a chauffeur of the same uncertain provenance, they were on their way to the Hebrew Orphan House, just as Ruby had promised they would all those weeks ago in the Birdcage.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • A box stacker in a factory it made boxes for trivial pursuit - I stacked lids and bases during the holidays when I was at uni - I loved this job, it was so easy and on lunchtimes I used to go to the shop and get a bacardi breezer and smoke cigarettes in the sunshine!

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  • A box stacker in a factory it made boxes for trivial pursuit - I stacked lids and bases during the holidays when I was at uni - I loved this job, it was so easy and on lunchtimes I used to go to the shop and get a bacardi breezer and smoke cigarettes in the sunshine!

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  • "Not very much, as a matter of fact, but if you'd been shut up in a poky old hotel for a couple of weeks, and only going out with your aunt to shop around in stuffy dry-goods stores, you'd like to get out for a breezer yourself," she said.

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