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nooner

(ˈnuːnə)
n
1. slang a sexual encounter in the middle of the day, esp during a lunch hour
2. (Brewing) informal an alcoholic drink consumed in the middle of the day
3. informal (more generally) anything taking place in the middle of the day, such as a lunchtime concert
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"With the need to simplify operations, contractors are looking for easy to use, mobile tools to run their business more efficiently on the road," said Shelly Nooner, business area director, Small Contractor Business.
Try the Nooner Pilsner if you're into German-style beers.
(15.) Chabernaud C, Mennes M, Kelly C, Nooner K, Di Martino A, Castellanos FX, et al.
Schoenfeld, B.J., Pope, Z.K., Benik, F.M., Hester, G.M., Sellers, J., Nooner, J.L., Schnaiter, J.A., Bond-Williams, K.E., Carter, A.S., Ross, C.L., Just, B.L., Henselmanns, M., Krieger, J.W.
The letter requested the commutation of the executions of Bruce Earl Ward, Don William Davis, Terrick Terrell Nooner, Stacey Eugene Johnson, Marcel Wayne Williams, Jack Harold Jones Jr., Jason McGehee and Kenneth Williams.
(98) Nooner Pilsner (Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Chico, CA) 5.2% ABV, 38 IBUs.
I'm lucky to get an invitation to the family-style dinner that matches Sierra Nevada's Nooner and Hop Hunter beers with delta asparagus and house-cured ham and a great dish of fettuccine, Romanesco broccoli, anchovy and New York Cheddar cheese.
Sierra Nevada Nooner Pils Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Some notable and recently launched session beers worth considering this Super Bowl include Founders Brewing Co.'s All Day IPA, Stone Brewing Co.'s Go To IPA, Oskar Blues Brewery's Pinner Throwback IPA, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.'s Nooner Pilsner, and Lagunitas Brewing Co.'s DayTime, whose description reads in part, "it still lets you stay in the game to do what needs to be done.''
Keep the lips nude and glossy using Nude Supersaturated lipstick with Naked Lip-gloss in Nooner on top.
[19.] Nooner KB, Linares O, Batinjane J, Kramer A, Silva R, Cloitre M.