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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Photo: David Hamm, a consumer-finance account executive, talks about his work to La Mesa Junior High students in a brown-bag lunch group learning about potential career choices.
Following the concert, listeners are invited to eat their brown-bag lunch on the church's patio or enjoy a sandwich buffet prepared by volunteers for a $3 donation.
Following the concert, listeners are invited to eat their brown-bag lunch on the patio or enjoy a sandwich buffet prepared by volunteers for a $3 donation.
There are reports of brown-bag patients self-injecting a drug at home in the wrong dose and with the wrong syringes.
The most common current training practice is "one-on-many," which takes on various forms including brown-bag lunches with a speaker, presentations for individual workgroups, field training and new employee orientations.
Introduction: It's Time for Some Brown-Bag Bragging
To help parents of younger children begin to save for college, local companies and MEFA have teamed up to offer free brown-bag lunchtime seminars on the ins and outs of college planning.
FOOD for Lane County hasn't found a permanent home for its Community Family Dinner Program yet, but will offer brown-bag meals in the interim at the Lane County Fairgrounds.
We stopped here for a brown-bag lunch, finding a protected spot out of a stiff winter breeze.
As writing coach, LaRocque does whatever the newspaper's 600 to 700 writers and editors need, including coordinating a mentoring program, a brown-bag seminar and an in-house newsletter.
For brown-bag lunch: Place 1 serving of salad in airtight container.