feed noun an item of information that has been made available to read, for example on Twitter
Much like the Newsbucket gives a snapshot of the key stories each day (and, incidentally, is a by-product of me flicking through 80 or so feeds each morning) I hope Week Notes will also give some overview of the tech news each week, at least from my viewpoint.
[www.guardian.co.uk 18 Oct 2010]
mobile food noun prepared food sold from a truck on the street
The city makes it difficult to be a mobile food vendor. [WNYC: Leonard Lopate Show (US culture and current affairs) 19 Oct 2010]
nom verb informal to eat something delicious
Kitty nomming her delicious tail (chicken chowder flavour). She had accidentally dipped 3 inches of her tail into my chicken chowder. [YouTube 25 Oct 2010]
vegivore noun someone who particularly loves eating vegetables
At serious restaurants all over town, carrots, peas, and the like are no longer just the supporting cast — they’re the stars.
Move over locavores, here come the vegivores.
[http://nymag.com 07 Nov 2010]