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CAFFs are regulated by the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) due to the confinement of animals for 45 or more consecutive days and are defined by the number, i.e., mega, large, medium, and small, and type of animals housed.
We would soon have an Indian Caff Society, trendies telling each other: "My dear, you simply must visit this new place.
Waiting for the train, I had another coffee, but at a different caff. Sat outside again, congratulating myself for finding a table away from the breeze.
The primary study end point in CAFFS was time to clinical success, which was defined as cure or significant improvement.
The primary study end point in CAFFS was time to clinical success, defined as cure or significant improvement.
SEND us a snap of your king of caffs, telling us why it's a top spot and you could win E50 - a fortune in fry-ups.
But each caff is much the same as its rival - basically everything comes out of the frying pan and is served up with chips - and the All Day breakfast is king.
The group, which owns Upper Crust sandwich shops and Little Chef motorway caffs, said operating profits had jumped during the year to pounds 676million.
He famously took on AOL in August, encouraging surfers to rip up their AOL accounts and use the new pounds 15 a month 24/7 unlimited access service in his net caffs instead.
I could've stayed at home and made it quicker than this!" Blanche said to Toyah (Coronation Street), posing the question raised by all the customers in caffs in soap operas - so why didn't she then?
What's left is a rag bag of posh hotels like Marriott and pricey caffs like Cafe Rouge.
Transport caffs attracted a better class of clientele in those days too.
POSH food critic Egon Ronay is to produce a guide to "greasy spoon" transport caffs.
The Daily Mirror wants to save their bacon - and there was a huge response when we appealed to readers to help us find Britain's best caff. Here our judge Russell Davies, who runs a website guide to greasy spoons,, hands out awards to his top three - and reader Ria Harvey from Exeter picks a worthy runner-up...