sandwich man


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sandwich man

n.
A man who pickets or advertises by carrying a sandwich board.

sandwich man

n
a man who carries sandwich boards
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sandwich man

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But by then, a 33-year-old Sandwich man had stopped to give aid to the suspect, who had crashed the Kia near Lake Street and Indian Trail.
The 22-year-old - dubbed the sandwich man - was dumped from the villa and forced to face up to allegations he had been "manipulative and controlling".
US-based food website delish.com, sites an article written by The New York Tribune in 1900, which said: "The ice cream sandwich man, who sells quarter-inch layers of alleged ice cream between tiny slabs of water wafers, did a big business during the hot spell....
"You heard me, sandwich man," Jameson said, smirking at Crow.
"The ice cream sandwich man, who sells quarter-inch layers of alleged ice cream between tiny slabs of water wafers, did a big business during the hot spell and his field of operation was within the district inhabited by the Nordic enclaves, and his pushcart was elaborately decorated with signs in runic characters," the New York Tribune (http://www.delish.com/food/news/a38986/national-ice-cream-sandwich-day/) wrote in 1900.
He used that time to cook for friends and spent a year learning to bake before opening Udi The Sandwich Man in 1994, a small sandwich business that has since grown into six family businesses, including Udi's Bakery, a catering company, six cafes and two national companies - Udi's Gluten-free and Udi's Granola.
SANDWICH MAN: Dan Harding is caught between Stoke's Liam Lawrence and Mamady Sidibe
TURF TROUBLE: Vill's Nigel Reo-coker and Wigan's Michael Brown clash; SANDWICH MAN: Luke Moore is crowded out; WINNING FEELING: Gabriel Agbonlahor (above, right) celebrates Villa's winner with Ashley Young; FLYING HIGH: centre half Curtis Davies rises the highest to head home Villa's equaliser