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  • n. Plural form of cafe.


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  • Blowing up buses, blowing up shoppers, blowing up people in cafes is all to be expected in our world, and doubtless a sign of a moral civil society today.

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  • One of the cafes is a co-operative club, next to the co-op organic food store.

    sense of place

  • While reading "Writing Down the Bones" by Natalie Goldberg, Suzanne was taken by Natalie's idea of writing in cafes -- she said the noise and bustle occupies the part of your brain that would normally be telling you your writing stinks and you'll never amount to anything.

    Suzanne Gold biography

  • I invited a friend to try it with me, and once a month we'd meet in cafes for lunch, then choose a theme, write for half an hour.

    Suzanne Gold - An interview with author

  • A few years ago I was visiting Copenhagen, and thanks to that odd European custom of seating strangers at the same table in cafes, we got talking with a couple from the city.

    Can a Godless Society be a

  • I thought guys only spoke to girls in cafes when they were interested.

    His Days

  • But the lesson the advice blogger gives us is not "don't talk loudly on your mobile phone in cafes" but "it's cool to publish the names and phone numbers of total strangers and urge others to mock them".


  • The best filter to know if the news matters is if you hear it in cafes, restaurants ... or (again) parties.

    Boing Boing

  • I also tend to write in cafes where it is difficult to run away from a writing job and where you get at least an illusion of being social.

    What are Your 3 Best Writing Tips? | Write to Done

  • Writing fiction mostly happens on paper, in cafes, in the morning.

    INTERVIEW: David Moles


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