dinnertime : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the customary or habitual hour for the evening meal
- Frequent touch is indeed important; but is it really so much harder to hug someone who is 5'6," or bring her to the table at dinnertime? Turning people into permanent .
- It is dinnertime at a candlelit Mediterranean eatery, and Gregg Rapp is busily devouring .
News & Articles
- Thousands without power across Carolinas after Thursday's storms
By dinnertime on Friday evening, thousands of people in the Charlotte area were still without power. Duke Energy urged patience from its customers, saying that some may not get their power back on until Sunday. On Kempsford Drive, Duke Energy utility crews removed branches from a set of power lines behind several homes. Dark spots were visible on the transformer where Duke Energy officials said ...
June 14, 2013 - WSOC-TV Charlotte
- Transcendental pizza
It’s funny how something seemingly insignificant can change your outlook on life. My wife and I were cruising around Salt Lake City in the familiar dinnertime haze, that phenomenon where you’re hungry but don’t want to cook/pay for food. It’s quite a dilemma; anyone who has suffered through it will agree with me. We continue to drive until we [...]
June 10, 2013 - The Weber State University Signpost
- Sara Evans in MarketWatch
I grew up on a big farm in Missouri and family dinners together make up my most cherished childhood memories. Today, as a busy mom, I make it a personal goal to cook and sit down for family dinnertime at least three times a week,stated Evans....
- Barack Obama in msnbc.com
Well, the best thing is always dinnertime, so it hasn't happened yet,Mrs. Obama said. "Haven't had a thorn yet."
- Craig Kilborn in Philadelphia Inquirer
Kilborn says his new show will "be the first comedic topical show at dinnertime. We have the first jokes of the day," he said of the program that will tape about 9 am weekdays in Los Angeles.