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takeout

Bridge of or designating a conventional informatory bid, asking one's partner to bid another suit
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At rush hour, delivery services leave takeout orders in the lobbies of office buildings to save time, in Beijing Image Credit: NYT
"Among those who have increased their usage of takeout since 2016, ease of use with regard to mobile apps and websites is increasingly cited as a driving force behind this," says Bret Yonke, manager of consumer insights for Chicago-based Technomic.
Far from the usual price of takeout bento boxes usually under P500, Meat Yazawa offers fancy packed meals with the lowest priced at around P860.
Korea came back in pursuit with Jang's eighth end takeout, tying the match 5-5 and forcing an extra end, but then the OAR landed its stone on the button with a takeout.
Johns: If your letter gave me pause about advising people that they don't have to tip for takeout, the following letter brought me to a full stop.
“We highly value the experience of all of our guests, whether they dine-in or takeout, and RRT has a unique and distinguished track record of service excellence,” said Roshan Mendis, VP of Operations at Lazy Dog.
The truth is, typical takeout, with its bold flavors of ginger, chili and soy sauce, is enough to stump even the savviest sommelier.
Dubai has been chosen as one of nine global cities to host Singapore Takeout, an innovative pop-up restaurant that will traverse the globe to bring a taste of Singapore to the world.
"While takeout may not be something that you've ever considered, think about profiting from those die-hard sports fans who throw an epic Super Bowl party," says Erin Walker, an editor and marketing pro at Must Have Menus in Ashland, Ore.
Global Banking News-13 August 2010-Union Bank of India to adopt takeout financing model(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk