McDuck's

McDuck's

slang Short for McDonald's, an international fast food restaurant chain. Can refer to one of their restaurants, the food that they serve, or the company as a whole. I'm heading to the McDuck's across the street after class, do you want a burger or anything? Well, it's no wonder you've been putting on weight—you've been eating McDuck's every day for the last six months! I heard that McDuck's is looking to buy up yet another fast-food chain.

McDuck’s

verb
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The Glazers' vault might be more crammed than Scrooge McDuck's.
Dorfman and Mattelart deconstruct the texts, asserting that the comics' underlying messages influence readers to accept the domination of their "backward" society by McDuck's advanced society as natural and appropriate: "According to Disney, underdeveloped peoples are like children, to be treated as such" (Dorfman & Mattelart, 1975 [1971], p.
Out now THE announcement of this HD remake couldn't have been more well-received had Capcom also said star Scrooge McDuck's millions would be shared out among everyone who bought it.
121, argues this very point by suggesting the introduction of Scrooge McDuck's character in Disney comics in 1947 is reflective of a dramatic change to more negative attitudes towards thrift.
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It had been named Louie by a sys admin who was enamored of Scrooge McDuck's nephews (yes, there was a Huey and a Dewie too).
That would surpass City's PS221.5m outlay two years ago and if Sanchez ups sticks then the Glazers' vault might be more crammed than Scrooge McDuck's.