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  • n. Attributive form of fish finger


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  • “You could have a fish-finger sandwich with me,” Charlie offered.

    The Home for Broken Hearts

  • Love fish-finger & kechup sarnies, being horribly decadent I like to squeeze a couple of crisps in there too.


  • Take the thing you have needed the most in your life - to hold the hand of The One, perhaps, or a fish-finger sandwich when all you have to cook in the flat is bread, fresh air and some intimidatingly funky cheese - multiply it by a thousand and you're still nowhere near.

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  • Also, you can't beat a fish-finger sandwich with white bread followed by a Creme Egg and a cup of tea.

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  • In fact, they rarely are - this new series features everything from fish-finger sandwiches and jam roly-poly to chicken kiev, potted salmon and cheese soufflé. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The situation's not quite as dire as Bild ( "Schaaf and Allofs have left Werder in ruins") has it but Schaaf does need to get his fish-finger out and turn the tide double quick.

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  • We were trawling for "queens", a clam that was sold to Ross, the fish-finger people, for making frozen scampi.

    The Guardian World News

  • It's hard to get nearer to the water than at this popular beachside restaurant, which serves up everything from fish-finger sandwiches to grilled Portland lobster

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  • I’ve just sent my own Mr Frog (Tom Selleck/George Clooney lookalike – in my eyes only – snigger) into another room so that I can finish a work presentation but between catching up on your gossip/googling to see if Curtis was in series 3 of 24/making a fish-finger sandwich which I’ve suddenly developed a craving for I’m never going to get anything done.



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