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  • I had run into her various times; at the mail boxes, the elevators, even picking up take-out from the Chinese restaurant down the street.

    Wonder Woman

  • The kitchen counters were flecked with congealed food and caved-in Chinese take-out cartons.

    Perfect Recall

  • The same holds true for plastic bags that contain greasy take-out, plastic plates, straws, the plastic filters in cigarettes, and plastic utensils.

    Lisa Kaas Boyle: Plastic And The Great Recycling Swindle

  • Meanwhile, company "perks" offered to employees, such as take-out meals and car service, had gradually blurred the lines between work and life.

    Hazard of the Trade: Bankers' Health

  • Quality was so good you still usually had to do the take-out deal, as the tables were full with a waiting line.

    Hidden Restaurants - on the hunt

  • Similarly, the family will probably have to pay someone else to clean the house and cook meals restaurants and take-out services.

    Dr. Sasha Galbraith: The Wage Gap Plot Thickens

  • * French fries from a modest take-out storefront or candied almonds freshly and aromatically cooked by Arabs working Blvd.St. Michel on Paris´ Left Bank

    Page 3

  • We nixed going out for dinner where we had planned, and had Italian take-out from a place at Plaza del Sol.

    A week in Guadalajara

  • Give everyone two trash bags; one is for any trash or recyclables that might be lying around the house—empty take-out food containers, old newspapers or magazines, soiled and unusable clothing.

    Lighten Up

  • Unless you live in New York, take-out and delivery options are pretty much limited to pizza and Chinese food.

    The Flex Diet


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