prelunch

prelunch

(priːˈlʌntʃ)
adj
of or relating to the period before lunch
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There is an itinerary that includes festive tea and cake on arrival, canapes and dinner on Christmas Eve followed by a Bucks Fizz breakfast, prelunch champagne, Christmas dinner and festive buffet on Christmas Day and Boxing Day is pretty much all about the food and lovely surroundings too.
England therefore recovered from a prelunch wobble against India's much-discussed spin attack which left them on a briefly vulnerable 102 for three in Rajkot.
It prompted a prelunch collapse of 4-43 but the problem with this pesky Yorkshire batting line-up is if you get the top wobbling there is usually someone in the lower-middle-order to provide a bit of ballast.
In the first session they scored 196 in 25 overs - the second-biggest prelunch tally in history as well as England's record for any session of Test cricket - and after the break tucked into another 116 in 13.
Blood tests were taken at baseline, 30-, 60-, 90-, 120-, 180- and 240-min intervals and were compared to prelunch blood samples taken on entry.
Both the total and incremental area under the curve (AUC) for free fatty acids after lunch were higher on the no-breakfast days, compared with breakfast days, suggesting that prelunch free fatty acid levels were not the cause of the increased AUC.
The prelunch blood glucose level should be used to adjust the subsequent breakfast prandial insulin dose, the pre-dinner level to adjust the subsequent lunchtime prandial insulin dose, and the bedtime level to adjust the subsequent dinner prandial insulin dose.
India's fightback in the prelunch session was snuffed out by Matt Prior's sixth Test hundred, which was as beautifully-paced as Kevin Pietersen's double century in the first dig.
After Durham resumed yesterday on 65 for one, Mark Stoneman and Gordon Muchall took their stand to 153 in 45 overs before Imran found his range with a prelunch burst of three wickets for no runs in 15 balls.
I'd like to thank the Teamster who put air in my tires, the new propmaster for knowing that 'a cookie the size of a head' was hyperbolic, craft services for understanding the importance of prelunch, the stylist who cut my bangs and turned me on to that fantastic conditioner, the construction crew for building my daughter's playhouse, and most of all I'd like to thank my assistant for pairing my Bluetooth to my car.
The Granddaughter, 2006-2007, found Jana faced with travel diaries in which to record the routes she had taken around the garden that day, prelunch questionnaires, and lists of objects whose use she had to describe.
ENGLAND claimed two prelunch wickets via fortuitous leg-before dismissals as umpiring decisions proved the focus of the opening overs of the Galle Test.