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  • noun Plural form of cuppa.


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  • Cottages, fire engines, cats and Gladstone's head; there was nothing which could not contain and celebrate the source of cuppas.

    In praise of … teapots | Editorial

  • Anyway after a couple of cuppas she walked me to the station - I was sad that I still wasn't going to see the kittens that are in another friends house in the area but got to the station in plenty of time and felt good about going home to get stuff done.

    Snell-Pym » The Journey Home

  • Thanks Breadchick - hope there's many more cuppas to come!

    One year later...

  • Larger, but no less bold, are indie coffee pathfinders Stumptown, whose geek-like obsession with quality has put some flavour back into morning cuppas, or the McMenamin brothers, pioneers of America's craft-beer revolution, who have transformed historic buildings into charismatic hotels, theatres and brewpubs.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • For the classiest of cuppas, try these horsily handled delicacies. 0800 015 2413, 5. Starfish strainer

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Roll out of bed, enjoy a couple of cuppas, bend over the keyboard and wait for inspiration to strike.

    The Seattle Times

  • The survey talks about "lost productivity", but don't the wonks realise that Brits run on cuppas the way that cars run on petrol? - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Health news: Five cuppas could prevent tumours, and a wireless device for tracking pacemakers health stories, how five or more cuppas a day protect against brain tumours, a wireless device that checks up on your pacemaker and how - Articles related to Cocaine or ecstasy consumption during adolescence ups addiction risk

  • Though he tweets he doesn't have more than two cuppas of his fix, his tweets are full of random pictures of him sampling coffee.

  • CAKES and cuppas and good-luck wishes couldn't overcome the sadness shared by Wodonga library staff and dozens of their clients yesterday.

    The Border Mail - Front Page


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