• a bag lunch
  • (サンドイッチなどの)弁当
  • a late lunch
  • 遅い昼食
  • a picnic lunch
  • ピクニックの軽食
  • A newspaper report dated 23 December 1583 relates that, having given Ferdinand a rude reply, the defenders went back to lunch.
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  • Although they forced him to resign before lunch time, by then it was too late.
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  • American maintenance teams working in Zaire found that providing a free lunch to the work force was a good, sometimes the only, technique to motivate personnel to work at least half of the duty day.
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  • Babcock was made nervous by a joke at lunch in an Exposition restaurant that the President might be shot during the reception.
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  • Bradman chose to use the light roller and play was supposed to begin as soon as the lunch break ended.
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  • By 1882, the statue was complete up to the waist, an event Barthodi celebrated by inviting reporters to lunch on a platform built within the statue.
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  • By lunch on the last day, the Gentlemen had followed-on but were well placed to secure a draw with the score at 112 for three.
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  • During the middle of a large shoot, union bosses called for a lunch break, and Bakshi secretly shot footage of actors in Orc costumes moving toward the craft service table, and used the footage in the film.
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  • Emboldened by Crowe's reversal of the lunch decree, workers raised their demands to include a $1 per day raise.
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  • Every Tuesday for four and a half years from September 1940, the two men met privately for lunch to discuss the war in secret and with frankness.
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  • Grand speeches, flags, exuberant students, and picnic lunches did not translate into a new political, bureaucratic and administrative apparatus; no constitution miraculously appeared, although there was indeed plenty of talk of constitutions.
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  • He was now moving in ever more exalted social circles — a telegram to Markham in February 1907 refers to meetings with the Queen and Crown Prince of Portugal, and a later letter home reports lunching with the Commander-in-Chief of the Fleet and Prince Heinrich of Prussia.
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  • In 1927, Pleasanton mothers decided to start a school lunch program to provide students with a better environment for learning.
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  • In order to maximize attendance in schools, the Karnataka Government has launched a midday meal scheme in government and aided schools in which free lunch is provided to the students.
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  • In the afternoon, Bradman added another century between lunch and tea, before finishing the day on 309 not out.
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  • In the Third Test at Headingley, Macartney became only the second Australian to score a century before lunch on the opening day of a Test.
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  • Irritated, the frenetic Geisler takes him to lunch and orders him to speak with another writer for assistance.
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  • Jardine showed affection for Larwood in return even after both of their retirements; he expressed his concern for the way Larwood was treated, hosted a lunch for the former fast bowler shortly before he emigrated to Australia and met him there in 1954.
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  • Jennie Hobart, in her memoirs, traced her suspicions that her husband might be a vice-presidential contender to a lunch she had with him at the Waldorf Hotel in New York in March 1895.
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  • Jubilee events in the week of 30 October included balls, galas, parades, a thanksgiving service at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Athens, and a lunch for 500 invited guests in a blue and white tent on the Acropolis.
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  • Larger lunch parties often take place in the curved and domed Music Room, or the State Dining Room.
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  • Morgan ate lunch at the Kintner House Inn where he read a newspaper and learned of the Confederate defeat at Gettysburg and the fall of Vicksburg.
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