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  • n  someone who is eating lunch

  • One legendary luncher was Winston Churchill's son-in-law, Christopher Soames, who as British ambassador in Paris and Vice President of the European Commission in Brussels was .
  • To judge from his journal and a reissue of his collected verse, Stephen Spender, 76, remains a minor poet and a major luncher: "I had lunch with Eliot a few days ago at the club .
  • A power luncher is encouraged to eat things uncooked.
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  • Taste Test at Richmond Middle School
    Seventh-graders Shannon Walsh, left, and Leila Trummel, both 12, and teacher Sarah Glass, who helps run the RMS Green Lunchers, prepare water cups for a blind taste test between bottled and tap water at Richmond Middle School in Hanover, N.H., on April 9, 2014. "We're trying to get our school not to have bottled water because it's bad for the earth," Trummel said.
    April 15, 2014 - Valley News
  • Taste Test
    Seventh-graders Shannon Walsh, left, and Leila Trummel, both 12, and teacher Sarah Glass, who helps run the RMS Green Lunchers, prepare water cups for a blind taste test between bottled and tap water at Richmond Middle School in Hanover, N.H., on April 9, 2014. "We're trying to get our school not to have bottled water because it's bad for the earth," Trummel said.
    April 15, 2014 - Valley News

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