lunch box


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lunch box

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lunchbox

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1. US name: lunchpail a container for carrying a packed lunch
2. jocular Brit and Austral a man's genitals
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A look into Panchuri's lunch box, which is accompanied by laban and coconut water drinks that have chia seeds:
ISLAMABAD -- Decision has been taken to provide uniform, school bag, shoes and lunch box free of cost to the students of class one to matric studying in educational institutions at federal capital.
Some 36% of UK parents are unaware of NHS guidelines on what constitutes a healthy lunch box, the poll of 5,000 adults for BBC Good Food found.
Dilute white vinegar with water and use it to wipe the lunch box clean.
DON'T USE A DRY TEA TOWEL/ DISH CLOTH - just like the baby wipes, it might make your lunch box look clean but all you're doing is moving the bacteria around rather than getting rid of it.
More than a quarter of children had a lunch box that contained sweets, savoury snacks such as crisps and a sugary drink.
Peterson first got the idea for The Green Urban Lunch Box when he started thinking about the food-consumer relationship in today's society.
uk ROBOT LUNCH BOX PERFECT for kids who love robots, this hollow tin lunch box in the classic shape of a robot is big enough to carry all their lunchtime goodies.
Now that the children are back at school, it is, for many of us mothers, back to shoe polishing, uniform pressing, hair plaiting, after school activities and most dreaded of all lunch box packing.
com)-- An innovative new product that effectively addresses a common problem related to keeping food warm, the Gilbert Specialty Lunch Box, has been developed by Claudel Gilbert of Pickerington, Ohio.
Today's lunch box favorites include natural and specialty items
This clever Aladdin lunch box (John Lewis, PS20) features double wall insulation that will keep hot for up to five hours.