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breakfast

The day’s first meal, consumed before lunch.
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GEMINI May 22-Jun 21 YOU will have a great idea for a new breakfast-time TV show for people with a specific first name.
"We know more logical things like opening all year round in the evening and on Sundays took years to build up profitable trade, and they were far less adventurous than breakfast-time racing.
The breakfast-time radio star urged women to walk, jog or run 5km at one of the Race for Life events taking place in the North East this summer.
Starting from Monday, you'll be able to buy your copy of the South Wales Echo from your local news outlet at breakfast-time - either on the school run, on the way to work or when you pop out for a pint of milk first thing in the morning.
The prince stocked up on fizzy pop and sweets when he paid an breakfast-time visit to the Bellingham village store.
Then he taunted Dave Vitty about his heartache in the live breakfast-time show.
Today, of course, breakfast-time television is commonplace, Frank and Selina replaced by a new generation of smiling, comforting celebs.
Wetherspoon, of course, insists that the majority of its breakfast-time customers will be imbibing nothing other than bacon and egg, tea and orange juice.
Richard Denny, who has written four best-selling books about motivation and business, will give his breakfast-time talk at a branch meeting of the West Midlands IT Association.
She read the news on Breakfast-Time and filled in on the sofa when Frank Bough and I were off.
It's like an arrondissement of Paris, with chic bars and restaurants that exude a tantalising waft of baking croissants and coffee each breakfast-time. It's far smarter than Barbados, which has become vulgar.
A sausage war has broken out among the Irish makers of our beloved breakfast-time favourite.