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- noun Someone who eats
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It's is the electoral blueberry of Larimer County, which a bruncher described to me as a kind of geographical donut that trends redder closer to its circumference.
The brunch hit a major peak in January 2008, providing office space (by way of a retiring bruncher), housing (by way of a landlord bruncher) and 500 calls made in a day (by way of just about everyone) for the candidate and his team.
Outdoors by the band, first-time bruncher Diana Zweygardt was talking to Irma Woollen, a retired CSU-advisor turned political volunteer.
The best French toast in Toronto is sought after by a special subculture of the typical bruncher.
But even the best bruncher can only take so much ...
Another party bruncher at Merkato 55 is recently laid off editorial assistant Joey Broder, who opines, "It's like, 'What recession?