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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of brunch.


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  • ■ I brunched this morning with a friend who works for a conservative think tank.

    Eastern Europe

  • Carrie Bradshaw and her cohorts embodied neon-y bottle culture; they even brunched in a sea of uber-modern white spaces.

    Let's Bring Back: Culinary Delectables Edition (PHOTOS)

  • He had brunched at the headquarters of the Council on Foreign Relations with Tina Brown and his colleagues from Morning Joe.

    Mr. Whitaker Goes to Washington

  • We ate wonderful food, took long walks, enjoyed the gorgeous weather, brunched with Lori, and shared a feast of grilled meats tastily provided by Tim and Heather.

    Modes of Transport

  • For the first time today, I spent the entire afternoon just hanging out with Mr. Stairclimber and Poopster -- we brunched, walked on the beach and played on the bed until Demon Girl put an appearance ... she is now asleep and we are each vegging out to the digital media of our choosing.


  • Today, we brunched at Mahogony Grill and had some laughs talking about any number of things including the topic "Is America ready for a Satanist President?"

    But what about all that snow?

  • DeLay brunched with the Marianas' largest private employer, textile magnate Willie Tan.

    More "Pro-Life" Christian Hypocrisy

  • Mr. Mofongo was one of the talented people who brunched with me at Roscoe's Chicken & Waffle this past Sunday.

    Don Mofongo

  • Sunday morning we brunched with our client (hey, you gotta start somewhere) and her friend, Baron.

    Friday and Back again

  • We brunched with Blove and his lovely friend, Amanda, at the Park House Eatery.

    Big Weekend Ahead


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