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  • n. Alternative spelling of coffeehouse.


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  • The coffee-house chain is seeking to end a 12-year-old arrangement under which Kraft has been its principal distributor to retailers.

    Business Watch

  • And 14 irreplaceable tapes: a few bootlegs, a few recordings of the folk music coffee-house I was involved with in Ithaca, and suchlike, are set to be digitized by fuzzpsych who's got the right equipment for that job.

    trading bits

  • Others are wondering, "what does it say about America when the bland, vanilla coffee-house guy wins over the more talented, stylish, flamboyant (OK, gay, maybe) favorite?"


  • Friends does not even hold up today with the horrid 90′s fashions so prominent – I never cared for the show clearly aimed at yuppies with their coffee-house.

    The 'Cheers' gang is having a moment |

  • One meets with all sorts of adventures in coffee-house, and I shall not soon forget a Cockney Amazon in a place near Trafalgar Square, to whom I tendered a sovereign when paying my score.


  • And what is true of the coffee is true of the coffee-house.


  • A little incident comes to me, connected with a coffee-house not far from Jubilee Street on the Mile End Road.


  • Her new self-titled album -- followed in two weeks by another band project, the Gaddabouts -- is full of the sly observations, coffee-house cool vocals, and idiosyncratic melodies that make me wish I was Edie Brickell's stepson.

    Shawn Amos: PLAY > SKIP: New Music for January 11

  • I had requested an emergency family conference at the coffee-house and insisted they rise before noon.

    Exit the Actress

  • I entered the famous coffee-house with some trepidation.

    Exit the Actress


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