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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdelidel‧i /ˈdeli/ noun [countable]  x-refa delicatessen
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deliUntil there we are on the bare boards downstairs, with candles and Calorgas and a deli picnic on a paper plate.But with a deli on every other block purveying all sorts of ethnic breads, l never baked a single loaf.Angela Tene and Lama meet Stephen Storvick, and begin to bring him food in his apartment above the deli.To post-war generations, the deli has become a way to stay connected, through the taste buds with their roots.Wasn't that Cynthia, who worked in the deli?He could turn a trip to the deli into a walk on the moon.Row after row of modest little brick houses are interspersed with delis and corner restaurants.
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