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bukateria

bukateria  n.— «In 1996, a lecturer in the department of food, science and technology and the proprietor of A la-carte, a restaurant in the new bukateria of the university, was gunned down by people suspected to be secret cult members...

third-force marketing

third-force marketing  n.— «Essentially, what this “third-force marketing” does is encourage subscribers to spend more on their contracts by paying for calls made by third parties, who might not be able to afford them...

Ja well no fine

Ja well no fine  other.— «The question was put directly to new secretary-general Cyril Ramaphosa this week and his inconclusive reply can best be described as a diplomatic “Ja, well, no fine.”» —“The ANC could take a tip...

Ja well no fine

Ja well no fine other. a noncommittal expression of unconcern, indifference, apathy, or ambivalence. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Ja well no fine

Ja well no fine
 other.— «Because “ja well no fine” make sense to us.» —by Jean-Marie Dru Beyond Disruption: Changing the Rules in the Marketplace Apr. 12, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Ja well no fine

Ja well no fine  other.— «A casual conversation includes the benediction: “Ja well, no fine,” meaning: “How interesting, do go on” or “I”ve had enough, go away.”» —“Paradoxes abound in S...

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