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all day
 adv.— «All day: the total number of orders of a particular item needed at that moment (“I need 5 salmon all day,” or “I need 3 Margaritas all day”).» —“restaurant lingo… the Top 30 list” by bohemian On the Side (North Carolina) Aug. 25, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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