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COFFEECommunity of Faith for Economic Empowerment (New Orleans, LA)
COFFEEConsider God's new mercies and compassions, Offer thanks to him, Forgive your debtors then ask God to forgive your debts, Follow peace, Exhale the struggles of yesterday, Encourage yourself (Believer's Choice Coffee)
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Jo led the way, and as if used to waiting on ladies, Laurie drew up a little table, brought a second installment of coffee and ice for Jo, and was so obliging that even particular Meg pronounced him a `nice boy'.
Hepzibah had now poured out a cup of deliciously fragrant coffee, and presented it to her guest.
Somewhat mollified by certain cups of very good coffee, he came out smiling and talking, in tolerably restored humor.
Sheepshead and croakers from American coffee, with real cream.
Pretending to read a smeary newspaper long out of date, which had nothing half so legible in its local news, as the foreign matter of coffee, pickles, fish-sauces, gravy, melted butter, and wine, with which it was sprinkled all over, as if it had taken the measles in a highly irregular form, I sat at my table while he stood before the fire.
I was diffident of quoting it after such lines as Rosalind had recalled, but by the time we had reached our coffee, I plucked up courage to mention it.
the ladies had crowded round the table, where Miss Bennet was making tea, and Elizabeth pouring out the coffee, in so close a confederacy that there was not a single vacancy near her which would admit of a chair.
He doctored our old friend so successfully, that, in the course of a few days, it made its appearance in the public room of the British Coffee Houses in King Street.
The waiter who brought me my cup of coffee bore, by comparison with my utter isolation, the dear aspect of an intimate friend.
I have Rhein-wein for my own drinking, and you may choose between that and coffee.
They had just been served with black coffee by the Arab now officiating as the temporary servant of the club, though he was a figure already familiar, and even famous, as the old servant of the general.
In this universe of chalk he taught bored boys the rudiments of Latin, geography, and arithmetic, and in the evenings, after a stately cup of coffee with Mr Blatherwick in his study, went to his room and wrote stories.