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LUNCHLocal United Network to Combat Hunger
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I have some lunch, because mother said it would be a bad beginning to get to the brick house hungry and have aunt Mirandy have to get me something to eat the first thing.
Cruncher had by this time taken quite a lunch of rust off his fingers in his following of the evidence.
I don't mind going if a lunch is provided,' observed the gentleman with the excrescence on his nose.
Wickfield knew her too well to argue any point with her; some lunch was provided for her there, and Agnes went back to her governess, and Mr.
When Herbert came, we went and had lunch at a celebrated house which I then quite venerated, but now believe to have been the most abject superstition in Europe, and where I could not help noticing, even then, that there was much more gravy on the tablecloths and knives and waiters' clothes, than in the steaks.
He said he felt as though those terrible eyes were looking right inside of him to see what he had stolen for lunch.
When he entered the somewhat sombre hall, the butler told him that they had gone in to lunch.
This is getting tiresome, I think I should like some lunch," said Mr.
When Arthur came to lunch he looked quite grieved when he saw me, and I hadn't the spirit to try to be cheerful.
Well, if you are not going to bother about the burglar, I shouldn't bother about the lunch.
He had smiled kindly, taken her address, and said he would do what he could, and had then hurried off to meet a man at lunch.
The cooking apparatus was in the little lunch room, near the bazaar, and it was all open to the street.