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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Crushed thirty feet upwards, the waters flashed for an instant like heaps of fountains, then brokenly sank in a shower of flakes, leaving the circling surface creamed like new milk round the marble trunk of the whale.
We were milking 70 cows a day and I did a milk round with a horse and cart.
He started pasteurising his own milk and selling it in glass bottles direct to the customers via a new milk round set up from scratch using electric vans.
| Gwilym and Doris Williams of Ddol Bach Farm, Llanrug) on their milk round (in Llanrug) in the early 1940s.
I was in my final year at Leeds University when the milk round came calling.
"We have our own milk round and we supply independent milkmen as well as local coffee shops and farm shops so we need a level supply all year round.
spoke to milkman Robert Arnold to find out about how traditional milk delivery is thriving in the region - and what it is like to work a busy milk round. Rob, of Little Hulton, starts his shift whatever the weather at 1.30am, delivering milk to Cadishead, Eccles, Walkden, Irlam, Farnworth and Kearsley.
The Burnley goalkeeper had been released by Ipswich Town at 16 and, having taken on a milk round to provide an income, turned out for Bury Town's reserves in the Essex and Suffolk Border Football League while studying at West Suffolk College.
Yet it was not that long ago that Pope was getting up in the middle of the night to start his milk round.
He's always yakking onto me though; telling me I'm a loser and I'm dragging Barry down and I make Barry late for his milk round coz he has to take me to the dole.