cafeteria

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cafeteria:

see restaurantrestaurant,
a commerical establishment where meals can be bought and eaten. In the 16th cent. English inns and taverns began to serve one meal a day at a fixed time and price, at a common table, and usually distinguished by a special dish.
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What does it mean when you dream about a cafeteria?

Food in varieties and in abundance such as in a cafeteria or an “all one can eat” environment may suggest ideas that need to be digested. The statement “food for thought” may be a meaningful way of understanding this dream. Too much may mean one is fed up with a condition or relationship. If fear surrounds the selection of food, the dream may be indicating the basic fight or flight response to something threatening to eat you, or that a lot has been “eating at” the dreamer lately.

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The chow hall was able to accommodate several hundred people.
I went to the chow hall, ate some pizza and drank my two ice cold Heinekens compliments of Uncle Sam.
It is Thanksgiving, and I just finished eating at the chow hall.
Ermey had lunch at a chow hall at Arifjan, and then entertained diners with 10 minutes of jokes and observations.
Upon completion of the race, runners will pass through two Hummers guarding the Chow Hall tent for a military style breakfast.
LET'S FINISH THIS RUN AND MEET IN THE CHOW HALL LATER.
I gave them little thought other tan what type chow hall they had, and wondered if they served ice cream.
A 1917 chow hall, one of the last remnants of the fabled Sunshine Ranch that once encompassed 40,000 acres of the north San Fernando Valley, faces the wrecking ball if the property owners can't find a new home for it.
Chow halls now feature skim and soy milk rather than whole milk, more prominently displayed produce, and a ban on deep-fried foods--only baked chicken and french fries are allowed.
It's about chow halls that serve so much food it makes your eyes pop every morning -- we're talking eggs and bacon, and ham, and patty sausages, and link sausages (two kinds), and we haven't even gotten to toast and cereals.
He also stated that the chow halls and gyms are outstanding
I've asked to teach in a deserted room on the second floor of the maximum security building, since it was more conducive to education than the assorted chow halls where I'd previously taught.