With eyelashes as her canvas, a Seattle deli worker grew an Etsy empire.
Bryant had gone with friends to the 20/20 deli on Southern Boulevard to get some sandwiches.
We stood for two and a half hours munching on deli food and enjoying the open bar.
Like at the deli, when they're tired of waiting for you to find change.
We will become doctors, deli owners, teachers, parents, and maybe even one day, President of the United States.
Supple, 'deli,'—capable of change and play of the mental muscle, in the way that savages are not.
The deli pony is a rare-shaped little animal, standing from 13 hands to 13.2, with immense strength, and very fast.
They varied but slightly; the one I went on the day after reaching deli Abbas might serve as model.
Our section from deli Abbas was moved up to take the place of the one that had been engaged, which now returned to Baghdad.
He presently reported himself from deli, where he was learning the business of a "nutmace" planter.
: deli food/ treat from the deli counter