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  • n. Plural form of tiffin.


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  • Guests at Paraduxx have the option of enjoying a unique food and wine pairing program that utilizes "tiffins," small, stacked, stainless-steel serving bins that date back to the working-class meals of British India.

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  • I was probably drinking 5-6 strong cups of coffee with tiffins – which are caffeine chocolate based biscuit snacks along with Irn Bru which is essentially a Scottish energy drink and it is loaded with caffeine, and could probably strip the paint off your house at 30 paces.

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  • RCI rice dishes rotis and parathas snacks and tiffins soups starters sweets vegetarian curries vegetarian gravies

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  • You and your type of ranking tiffins are fools without any ounce of integrity and a danger to policing. on May 23, 2007 at 10: 39 pm | Reply whichendbites

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  • Most of you guys out there wont believe this , and I dont know whether you should, she is a very simple Muslim lady, who collects tiffins from homes of school kids and than bundles them up in a ricksha to deliver it on time to the kids at various schools of Bandra.

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  • Than she waits the kids finish their lunch she brings the tiffins to deliver it back to the kids house.

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  • More than 200,000 tiffins are delivered daily by 4,000 dabbawallahs.

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  • Constant dinners, tiffins, pale ale and claret, the prodigious labour of cutcherry, and the refreshment of brandy-pawnee which he was forced to take there, had their effect upon Waterloo Sedley.

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  • Who never wrote, made no telephone call, despatched no flowers, sent in no tiffins of delicious home cooking?

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  • On the grubby movie screen on which, earlier in the journey, the inflight inevitability of Walter Matthau had stumbled lugubriously into the aerial ubiquity of Goldie Hawn, there were shadows moving, projected by the nostalgia of the hostages, and the most sharply defined of them was this spindly adolescent, Ismail Najmuddin, mummy's angel in a Gandhi cap, running tiffins across the town.

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