milk round


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milk round

n
1. (Commerce) a route along which a milkman regularly delivers milk
2. (Education)
a. a regular series of visits, esp as made by recruitment officers from industry to universities
b. (as modifier): milk-round recruitment.
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Mr Healey said: "What better example, particularly if it was on his milk round.
We had a friend on the milk round called Alf Atkinson.
After more than two decades on his city centre milk round and charity fundraising totalling pounds 100,000, Tommy will enjoy a month of rest and relaxation before looking for a part time job to keep him busy.
Just 10 minutes after rescuing the pensioner, Gary and his colleague completed their milk round as 18 firefighters spent an hour tackling the blaze.
Lynn Barnett draws up outside Pattison College on her special fundraising milk round.
The movie legend has signed a six-figure deal with publisher HarperCollins and has promised a no-holds-barred account of his journey from an Edinburgh milk round to Hollywood stardom.
Norman Harrison, managing director of Morton's Dairies, which runs the milk round, denied that Monty, who regularly travelled on the float, had caused the accident.
The answer has been to offer an increasing range of other products on the milk round, from holidays to fresh produce.
An old friend of the actor said last night that the only horse Sean previously had an interest in was the cuddy that pulled the cart on his milk round in Edinburgh
She was also well-known in the Colne Valley where she and her husband ran a milk round bearing the family name.
A PEC spokeswoman said: "It sounds like a milk round.