stinted

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  • Like Addo, Lechoncito also started as a pop-up, with a brief stint inside a whiskey distillery, but now Lechoncito food is sold through Addo a few times a month.

    Eric Rivera Is Playing the Game | Alberto Perez | October 1, 2020 | Eater
  • “We need a commitment for the duration, not just a small stint, so that we have the confidence to move forward and plan, which is so much a part of running a small business,” says Sara Conklin, the founder of Glasserie, a restaurant in Brooklyn.

  • The ox should be as little abused by threats and whipping, as by stinted feed and overtasked labor.

    Domestic Animals | Richard L. Allen
  • This is not unfrequently hollow stomach, and very often follows stinted fare, hard usage, and exposure to cold.

    Domestic Animals | Richard L. Allen
  • After calving, she should be stinted in her food for two or three days, and not fed freely for a week.

    Domestic Animals | Richard L. Allen
  • If pushed rapidly with proper food, they will of course be ripe much sooner than if stinted.

    Domestic Animals | Richard L. Allen
  • Only enough is obtained to afford them a stinted repast—a mere luncheon.

    The Land of Fire | Mayne Reid

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