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  • n. Plural form of lagniappe.


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  • We all like the little extras, the little surprises, the "lagniappes" in life.


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  • The Federal Reserve may stolidly insist that wages are growing only at the non-inflation-threatening rate of 3 percent a year, but the government stats exclude other forms of compensation, like signing bonuses, stock packages or White Castle lagniappes.

    Year Of The Employee

  • * And in my tradition of offering Awesome Maps as sweet lagniappes to such disgusting exercises in self-promotion, I offer this 1882 map of Transylvania.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • In my state, Utilities Commissioners are apointed either as social justice lagniappes or to keep someone quiet about whered the bones are buried by the legislature.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Foul Winds for Alternative Energy:

  • The meal started with four lagniappes served on flattened Chinese soupspoons.

    Inn At Little Washington 652 Relaisiilian stars

  • Apparently, some people didn't appreciate these thoughtful lagniappes from the Film Society.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Although we like to think that these and similar lagniappes resulted from the law school’s longstanding status as an effective and efficient operating unit within the University’s business model, we certainly didn’t mind loaning Dean Ponoroff to the University President for a few months to help guide these decision.

    Tulane Law School Unscathed?

  • "Frequently the kitchen passes out little lagniappes to each table to accompany salad or to munch while you wait for your pizza to cook. Reviews


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