A fan told me Liz Gilbert is like the friend who goes abroad and sends you dazzling emails from the Internet CAFE.
“This is a new phenomenon,” he said, as he sat in a CAFE in the district of Ezbet el-Nekhl.
At daybreak, they borrowed a small sum of money from a passing family, then called their families from an Internet CAFE.
Outside the CAFE, we joined a larger crowd running to an underground parking garage, and the mood grew tense.
She strutted down the red carpet the color of CAFE au lait—except for her white ears and the big white spots behind them.
"Hold a press-conference," is what Ange said, as we sat in the CAFE near her place that evening.
He proved that he had spent the evening up to eleven o'clock in a CAFE.
We just lit off down a side street an' got into a little CAFE an' went in back an' had a hell of a lot o' CAFE o' lay.
It was Dubuche, whom she knew from having seen him on one occasion at the CAFE Baudequin.
The negro sped away and returned with the proprietor of the CAFE, a stout Kabyle with a fair skin and blue eyes.
1802, from French café "coffee, coffeehouse," from Italian caffe "coffee" (see coffee). The beverage was introduced in Venice by 1615 and in France from 1650s by merchants and travelers who had been to Turkey and Egypt. The first public café might have been the one opened in Marseilles in 1660.
["Job Control Languages: MAXIMOP and CAFE", J. Brandon, Proc BCS Symp on Job Control Languages--Past Present and Future, NCC, Manchester, England 1974].