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bread

A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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Well, Breaking Bread Around the World, a cookbook by Emirati Dedra L Stevenson, allows you to do just that.
The song speaks of breaking bread, drinking wine, dining, and praising God specifically together.
The grand opening, or "breaking bread" ceremony will start at 8:30 a.m., when employees of the new store will present a gift of $2,000 to the Bellingham Food Bank.
"Tomorrow we celebrate the pilgrims breaking bread w/the natives of this land, who graciously shared all they had.
Rick Perry is stepping up his game ahead of a potential presidential bid by breaking bread with donors and engaging in long policy briefing sessions, so we open our weekly news-inspired playlist with "I'm Getting Ready" by Michael Kiwanuka.
Third, we've seen a dedication to community - and once again this year British Muslims have opened their doors to those of all backgrounds as part of the Big Iftar, breaking bread and breaking down barriers in mosques, in community centers, in parks - even at a synagogue in north London," Cameron added.
Those bereaved in the Troubles will reopen their wounds by telling us they've been insulted by McGuinness' presence and even the Queen might feel revulsion at breaking bread with a commander of the organisation that murdered her Uncle Dickie Mountbatten, relatives and a young friend.
Summary: The biggest business deals are made while breaking bread. Book a table at these restaurants that promise to impress.
Breaking Bread Lunch speaker and chef/author Joanne Weir covers the finer points of her talk with event committee member, and former CalCPA Chair, Teresa Mason.
If breaking bread is key to our humanity, it is doubly so in a conflict zone.
Female Nomad and Friends: Tales of Breaking Free and Breaking Bread Around the World comes from the author of Tales of a Female Nomad, which became a best-seller upon its publication in 2001.
SHE might be breaking bread for the pose, but Michelle Heaton is off her c arbs.