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an annual dinner party given by an employer for the employees

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Redwood Foods, meanwhile, launched Vegideli Beanfeast Pate and Cheatin' Chorizo Style Chunks.
To mark the occasion we're giving five lucky winners the chance to pick up a Beanfeast of wonderful DVDs.
Arc weekend, Newmarket's Champions day and the beanfeast of the Breeders' Cup have simply switched the emphasis to late in the season.
On the celebratory front, following a gap last year, Mipcom will be hosting its usual Man of the Year beanfeast, this time honoring Discovery's John Hendricks.
If the Germans had made a raid on them they would have had a beanfeast.
In theory this was a CBSO concert; in practice it was a bit of a beanfeast, despite, after a sparkling Glinka 'Russlan and Ludmilla' Overture, the major offering of Elgar's heartbreakingly poignant 'Music Makers' as the meat in the first half.
Their brainstorming beanfeast had a security lockdown on a par with the Tories and Labour.
The literary beanfeast in the Tyne Valley has become established now and, as you can see, has broken its boundaries.
Only because this beanfeast in the oilfields was a friendly did keeper Ben Foster stay on the pitch after bringing down Nilmar - scorer of Brazil's winner - for a blatant penalty.
The expected Gordon Elliott beanfeast turned into a famine as only Backstage delivered at the unbackable odds of 2-7.
He played representative soccer and cricket, rugby at school and generally had a beanfeast.
And why should they, when they had a much more valuable beanfeast all to themselves at the Curragh the previous weekend?
A few cynics may sneer that Mothering Sunday is a commercial beanfeast for greeting card manufacturers and florists, but that misses the essence of the occasion.
THERE'S only one thing harder to find than a winner during the three-day beanfeast - a taxi