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nosher

(ˈnɑʃɚ)
n. someone who is always eating snacks. (see also nosh.) I don’t know of a single nosher who’s not fat.
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Nosher said: "We don't find out what we're building until they start filming.
The dead include Anis son of Janab Ali, Shahab Ali son of Jamshed, Adan son of Nosher, Zeshan son of Gul Sher, Ayaz son of Ejaz, Mst Musarrat wife of Shahid and Nosher son of Muqaddam Shah.
Members Provincial Assembly, Punjab include Raja Tariq Kiani (PP-3 Rawalpindi-III), Rai Muhammad Aslam Khan (PP-174 Nankana Sahib-V), Ahmed Hussain Deharr (PP-200 Multan-VII), Malik Nosher Khan Lungerial (PP-235 Vehari-IV), Sahibzada M.
Judges at the museum included Nosher from television's Scrapheap Challenge.
These persons have been identified as Shehraz, Tariq , Mansha andliady accused Ruqhia, Mano, Mera,Shahzia, and Nosher Gull.
2009 regarding the story of women R/o Hyderabad whose husband named Nosher Shah was abducted and murdered in cold blood.
4--Ran in Conejo Edition only) Kiersten Anderson, left, and Anna Nosher enjoy green eggs and ham Tuesday at Round Meadow Elementary School in Calabasas.
I was learning to eat better, but I was still a nosher,'' she said.
All three flavors: Sea Salt/Olive Oil, Honey Mustard, and Honey Barbeque were rolled out at the Taste of NY pavilion at the 2014 NYC Wine and Food Festival to much acclaim by the celebratory noshers.
At a food court around the corner, noshers snacked on vegetarian or vegan snacks from an organic farmer's market while listening to the sounds of an electric didgeridoo.
However, the credit crunch means it's increasingly hard to find posh noshers to eat the posh nosh in the posh nosheries.
Not only does the two-year-old diner bordering Jack London Square serve up fabulous plates of fried or gravy-smothered chicken and springy, warm waffles, but its colorfully painted dining room is also lively with locals, from early-supping families to post-show noshers from Yoshi's jazz house nearby.
Diana Kennedy, in her seminal "The Cuisines of Mexico," says "Without doubt Mexicans are the most persistent noshers in the world, who couldn't be, with such an endless variety of things to nibble on along the streets and in the marketplaces?