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.
Hanover was started in 1976 with a single milk round run by Trevor Hanover and now has 20 distribution centres supplying milkmen around the North East, as well as parts of the North West and Scotland.
She used to have a milk round at 6am, then she had three parcel rounds during the day and would work at the chippy at night.
Our farm started in Nelson, Lancashire by my grandfather Samuel who started doing a milk round in 1920.
He also worked as a teacher before hitting the big time and worked on his father's milk round The answer is at the bottom of the |page
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.
He was born in April 1964, and I was doing the milk round up to three months before he arrived," explained Edna.
A life-long supporter of the show, he ran a milk round for 50 years until a road accident in 1980 robbed him of one of his legs.
Her first job was working on the family milk round where she took the milk from the farm direct to customers.
Distribution of long goods (less than or equal to 6 m) from the DC Eandis according to principle of milk round dagtransport to respective collection points.
I had a milk round, a log round and a paper round," he said.