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whitebread

mod. plain; dull. If I wanted a white bread vacation, I’d have gone to the beach.
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Highly involved parenting has also been linked to a range of other behaviors that have potential impacts on financial outcomes, including cognitive development and motivation to learn (see Whitebread and Bingham 2013 for a discussion).
Whitebread, The Burger Court's Counter-Revolution in Criminal Procedure: The Recent Criminal Decisions of the United States Supreme Court, 24 Washburn L.
As mentioned earlier, there is evidence that the game could be a natural way for children to learn and an element that contributes to other kinds of learning (Gauntlett, Ackermann, Whitebread, Wolbers, & Wekstrom, 2010).
The first 31,250 nautical-mile race took place over 37 years ago (as the Whitebread Round the World Race 1973-74), testing the crew against some of the most ferocious elements the man can encounter.
David Whitebread from Cambridge University said: "Potentially boys are losing out in vital areas of their development that girls are thriving in.
3) Erwin Chemerinsky, Turning Sharply to the Right, 10 GREEN BAG 2D 423, 437 (2007); see also Charles Whitebread, The Conservative Kennedy Court--What a Difference a Single Justice Can Make: The 2006-2007 Term of the United States Supreme Court, 29 WHITTIER L.
MILLWALL: Forde, Dunne, Robinson, Whitebread, Frampton, Grabban, Fuseini (Abdou 46), Laird, Martin (Craig 75), Harris, Kandol (McLeod 46).
Unlike Ontario, entire villages have not been sheathed with whitebread siding.
Charles Whitebread, Recent Criminal Decisions of the United States Supreme Court: The 2005-2006 Term, 43 CT.
For a cursory explanation of the holding, see Charles Whitebread, The Conservative Kennedy Court--What a Difference a Single Justice Can Make: The 2006-2007 Terms of the United States Supreme Court, 29 WHITTIER L.
When Michael hooks up with whitebread fellow Columbia student Ellen (Mena Suvari), there's no danger there.
In Jindabyne, the whitebread population of Carver's story is transformed into a mini-United Nations, with Irishman Gabriel Byrne playing Stewart Kane, and Laura Linney playing Claire.
A week later, police inspector G Whitebread reported: "The suffragette colours were not tied round the woman's waist but were pinned to the inside of her jacket, apparently to act as a pad for her back.
Doherty writes of Lucy, "In a decade misremembered as all whitebread homogeneity, male dominance, and stately decorum, the first breakout television show was brazenly multicultural, emphatically female-driven, and loopily anarchic: Lucy Ricardo (nee MacGillicuddy) and Ricky Ricardo, zany redhead and hot-blooded Latin, cornfed girl and exotic spice, wild woman and straight man.
From now on, New York will be just another safe, whitebread city, conscious of its health and its figure and its respectability.