take-away


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Synonyms for take-away

of or involving food to be taken and eaten off the premises

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Universal Motor Spares is to become a take-away in Bradford Road LOUISE COOPER
Prosecutor David Mainstone said officers called at the Oriental Tandoori take-away in Church Street, Rhos near Wrexham, on November 21 to check the immigration status of staff.
All had ordered different take-away meals, which Mr Harrison pointed out, suggested cross contamination.
Upon exiting the cutting unit, the material will be moved by the take-away conveyor.
In late 2010 he was made redundant but one door closing saw another open wide as an idea Robin had while working abroad started to spring to life - a mobile food take-away service.
For Ichiban Take-Away the instant online TAKE-AWAY ordering service enables you to place food orders with minimum effort.
Marcus Rezaei, managing director of the Jewellery Quarter-based firm, said he believed the success was down to the site's voting system which allows users to rate their take-away experience.
clickair stated that the take-away menu has been designed for travellers planning a short stay in one of its destinations.
As regards take-away meals, I don't remember a time when we didn't have our chippy around the corner.
MUGGERS threatened a man before demanding his mobile phone outside a Nuneaton take-away.
It follows a Court of Appeal ruling sandwiches and cold take-away foods bought from outlets operated by Compass Contract Catering in BBC Television Centre should be zero rated.
has installed its Shear Take-Away System at Rocky Mountain Recycling in Denver.