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schmooze

and shmooze and schmoose
1. in. to chat; to chew the fat. (From Hebrew schmuos via Yiddish.) You were schmoozing when you should have been listening.
2. n. a session of chatting or conversing. Come over, and let’s have a schmooze before you go.
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While Schmooze is the first bacaro in Liverpool, there are a number of popular restaurants already established in London.
I think there is a perception that a lot of what we do is schmooze.
Schmooze traces its lineage back to Hebrew; shmu'ot (the plural of shmu'ah) are rumors, or worthless--potentially harmful--chatter.
The hip-hop star - who performed a duet at the Brit Awards with Pharrell Williams - did his best to schmooze a reporter backstage.
SCHMOOZE is a name that takes you back to the 1980s when that's what business people did to meet contacts.
We have something to eat, schmooze, take a ride, and do it all over again," says Mustard.
Schmooze wine bar, in Church Street, Wavertree, will host the event on August 25 from 12.
The center will be a place for those already in the animation industry to schmooze, said Gladstone, who added ``there's very little opportunity to meet as large groups'' and the center would fill that void.
Once there, Sims can schmooze, network, and name-drop their way to stardom in the movies, music, or fashion.
The first time I stumbled upon Schmooze it was quite by accident.
Now we're about to see what those donations - most contributed after Schwarzenegger's election - may have bought, aside from the opportunity to schmooze with the new governor at country clubs, palatial estates and in luxury boxes at Staples Center in Los Angeles or Sacramento's Arco Arena.
CELEBRITY Masterchef finalist, actor Mark Moraghan schmoozing with friends at Schmooze wine bar on Church Road in Allerton
The RTA, whose mission is to promote sustainable tech-based economic growth in the San Diego region by working with communities and nonprofit organizations to help bridge the digital divide - as well with technology entrepreneurs and policymakers concerned with technology issues - developed Schmooze.
Byline: Eugene Bellard, head chef at Schmooze wine bar, Liverpool