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  • n. Plural form of lunch.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lunch.


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  • I remember getting free lunches from the City of Baltimore during the summer, one prepackaged lunch per kid, I "begged" for an extra one every day, knowing that my father would have lunch for work the following day, and I was thankful very thankful to get it, and it did make a difference.

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  • So, does that make bcp prescriptions especially susceptible to pharmacy rep advertising and stuff for those folks/clinics who let reps bring in lunches or whatever?

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  • If more families are packing bottled waters in lunches, they're going to package water so cute and pretty, right?

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  • Like all things in life, packing school lunches is really all about balance.

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  • Houston Elementary, where 90 percent of the 250 children meet income guidelines for free and reduced-price lunches, is an area of the city that the research group says suffers from poor access to healthy, affordable food.

    D.C. schools dinner program aims to fight childhood hunger

  • The lunches were a hit; when the school asked if he could boost the number of lunches to three days a week, Busick's business started to roll.

    Entrepreneur turns student lunches into a business with Schoolhouse Grill

  • The question will be whether the Democrats can connect with anything along the lines of school lunches, which is what Newt Gingrich, in 1994, got in trouble over, and took a lot of political heat over.

    CNN Transcript Apr 8, 2001

  • I believe that for whatever reason Nancy Reagan and Frank Sinatra had those so called lunches, it was enriching for both of them.

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  • "When we first went to Taiji, dolphin meat was being distributed in the school systems for children's lunches, which is troubling because mercury has the most deleterious effects on small children," Psihoyos said in a statement.


  • During the 2008-2009 school year, about 19 million students received free and reduced lunches, which is 895,000 more than the previous year - a jump of nearly 5 percent and that greatly outpaced the overall increase in school enrollment, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food and Nutrition S.rvice.

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