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dinette

A recess off a living room, foyer, or kitchen that is used for dining purposes.
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Together, the Pump Boys (who work at the local petrol station) and the Dinettes (who run the diner across the road) will be bringing a little rock'n'roll, a little blues and a little country to Derby's Guildhall Theatre as they perform on guitars, pianos, bass and even kitchen utensils.
One of the dinettes had a gluten allergy but was delighted to see gluten-free bread available.
She was a member of Our Lady of Good Counsel, Dinettes, Red Hatters, Delta Gamma Mu Sorority, and Hillcrest Country Club.
Baker edits ATOMIC DINETTES: MID-CENTURY KITCHEN ELEGANCE (076432280X, $29.95), a survey of prices and makers of sets from the 1950s to the 1970s.
Dodger Theatricals has its eye on Charlotte Repertory Theater's upcoming world premiere of "True Home," by Cass Morgan of "Pump Boys and Dinettes" fame.
PLAY PREVIEW Pump Boys and Dinettes What: Broadway musical set in a Southern diner Where: Actors Cabaret, 996 Willamette St.