kaffeeklatsch in a sentence
- There is a kaffeeklatsch every morning if you want to attend.
- And the kaffeeklatsch long ago gave way to stronger stuff.
- Soon she was a computer devotee, presiding over a virtual kaffeeklatsch.
- There were a few token uniforms at the coup kaffeeklatsch.
- "In the morning, it's like a kaffeeklatsch ."
- But this is no kaffeeklatsch where participants sit around gabbing about the latest best seller.
- He also is a regular in a local kaffeeklatsch at a McDonald's restaurant.
- "It's like a kaffeeklatsch of girlfriends getting together to talk ."
- The daily kaffeeklatsch is just one of the many rituals that make up social life in Russell.
- And it is harder to generate peer pressure to buy from a Web site than from a kaffeeklatsch.
- You might expect the menu at a White House kaffeeklatsch to include better-than-average coffee and exquisite pastries.
- Locals in Roseburg, a logging town not yet blessed with a Starbucks outlet, seem to like the kaffeeklatsch atmosphere.
- Forty years ago, their mothers may have bought Tupperware in the same kind of environment, a kaffeeklatsch with a commercial purpose.
- But then, rec . pets . cats, the on-line kaffeeklatsch for cat worshipers, also includes numerous postings like this one:
- "She would sit there with her kaffeeklatsch in the parlor, playing cards and talking with her friends, " he said.
- Byte by byte, we had reached out to each other during the last year : an e-mail kaffeeklatsch that spanned five continents.
- But it's also a cozy kaffeeklatsch where doctors and researchers talk about what's hot in their world long before it makes headlines.
- Essentially an unscripted kaffeeklatsch with five bright, brash women representing different generations, the show is one of network television's most unlikely hits.
- The Boston Tea Party would be a kaffeeklatsch compared to the fan revolt if one network owned all National Football League rights and regionalized the conference championships.
- Jack Gould of The New York Times called his show a " nightly kaffeeklatsch which frequently adds up to extraordinarily different and distinctive radio ."