brown-bag


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brown-bag

1. n. a bag lunch. Bring a brown-bag, and we’ll talk and eat at the same time.
2. in. to carry a bag lunch. He’s back to brown-bagging while he saves up for his vacation.
3. mod. having to do with an event during which people eat their own bag lunches. These brown-bag affairs seem so tacky.
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Among consumers who typically brown-bag, nearly half said they are doing so more often.
The brainchild of computer keyboarding teacher Jackie Bialas, the brown-bag lunch series has featured speakers from the Sheriff's Department, the Placerita Canyon Nature Center, the armed services and Santa Clarita city government during its 11-week run.
For example, if you eat lunch out three days a week, choosing to brown-bag instead could save you $1,000 or more each year.
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Beverages will be served, but people are encouraged to bring their own brown-bag lunch and are encouraged to stay for the post-seminar discussion.
Following the concert, listeners are invited to eat their brown-bag lunch on the church patio.