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legend in one’s lunchtime

legend in one’s lunchtime
 other.— «Len Evans, for whom the phrase “legend in his own lunchtime” might have been coined, used to quote Lord Byron saying that all farewells should be sudden.» —“Australia loses man who lit the flame for wine industry” by Tony Stephens Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) Aug. 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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