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She has lots of business people she considers acquaintances, but few people she can call to chat about personal stuff or meet for coffee and a gossip like she used to in LA, the source added.
We would meet for coffee there when it was on the other side of Percy Street
There are six of us in total who swim and meet for coffee afterwards and each year we all get together and go out for Christmas lunch.
Let's enjoy instead an outing to the shops and through town, and let's meet for coffee at friends' houses," a statement said.
A handful of old men do meet for coffee, most days, at the local White Castle.
It's a place where people do their shopping, meet for coffee and spend time with their families and friends.
He was reported missing by Miss Collins' mother who he was due to meet for coffee.
On Sunday morning Evelyne, Monique and Emma, all recently retired, meet for coffee and a chat.