long bread

long bread

and long green
n. money; much money. Man, that must have cost you some long bread! How much long green I gotta lay down for that car?
See also: bread, long
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Skinner, of Alyn Road in Buckley, admitted affray and possessing the orangehandled 12-inch long bread knife during an incident at Hillsview Road in Buckley on October 5.
The shortages have appeared most conspicuously in recent month in the form of long bread lines in Khartoum and elsewhere.
The finance minister warned that inaction on these reforms means a regression to an economy of scarcity with long bread and fuel queues as it was in the past.
Furthermore, people in Egypt are still struggling with long bread queues in various regions across the nation, with no supervision on bakeries resulting in wheat still being smuggled to the black market.
Extensive work had been carried out with Premier to see how long bread and morning goods could be exposed to chilled temperatures without causing any deterioration.
A Philly cheese steak is slices of steak and melted cheese in a long bread roll.
You will need: Bread sticks Melted chocolate or icing Hundreds and thousands Method: Take some long bread sticks (look for ones low in salt).
Hallacas are composed of pork, olives, raisins and spices in a long bread.
10 days is how long bread will stay fresh when wrapped in paper packaging containing cinnamon oil.
Too many Egyptians, President Hosni Mubarak said this week, launching a new family planning campaign as his government grapples with long bread lines and riots over flour rations.
Light meal: Banana hot dog: Split a long bread roll or half a small baguette, spread thinly with low-fat spread or butter.
They spend their vacations in Europe where they keep their money", he said On Saturday, the finance minister warned that inaction on these reforms means a regression to an economy of scarcity with long bread and fuel queues as it was in the past.
The protests, which degenerated into violence Wednesday with clashes between pro-government crowds and anti-government protesters, have disrupted daily life across Egypt, forcing company closures and leading to long bread lines.
The three-day hearing at Leicester Crown Court was told that Mr Mayes, aged 47, and Mr Erickson, 44, were recruited to carry out repairs on the 75ft long bread oven at the firm's plant in Thurmaston Road, Leicester.