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  • n. Plural form of shawarma.


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  • They sneak up behind people eating shawarmas – then bark loudly to shock them into dropping their food.

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  • Hoo-boy, are we ever going to make people like that purveyor of shawarmas on Drummond St. pay through the nose to use this new English-y type doodad of ours.

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  • The stand at Camp Pendleton, Calif., offers Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food including shawarmas, falafels and tabouli salad to lunchtime crowds three days a week.

    Marine Corps Times - News

  • Lance Cpl. Miles Miller spent some childhood years living in Egypt, so he and two buddies ordered shawarmas to go.

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  • Now, at lunchtime Monday through Wednesday, her stand serves shawarmas along with hummus, tabouli salad, and sometimes sides such as baklava, to Marines, sailors and the occasional construction workers building barracks and office spaces.

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  • She got the idea to pitch shawarmas to Marines from her husband, Crisantos Hajibrahim, who served in the Corps in the late 1990s.

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  • We stopped for lunch at a Lebanese restaurant where we all had shawarmas. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Despite the rising interest in aboriginal food, it could be some time before bannock can be as easily bought in Vancouver as sushi or shawarmas.

    The Georgia Straight

  • - If you like eating tasty shawarmas (or any other type of food) dozens of great eateries are all within walking distance.

  • I'm glad I was able to represent ottawa regionalisms (shawarmas) and share some love for the local bands (and moneen!) now to figure out how to get invited back on the air ...

    CBC Radio 3


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