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  1. A placeholder name for a fictional or hypothetical everyman's restaurant
    • 1983, Fred Steingold, Legal Master Guide for Small Business, page 206
      Whether your business is called "Exxon" or "Joe's Diner," the name is a valuable asset.
    • 1993, Alvin I. Goldman, Readings in Philosophy and Cognitive Science, page 72
      The result is the illusion of motion: the arrow seems to be moving toward Joe's Diner, beckoning the unsuspecting traveler to a memorable meal.
    • 1998, John B. Caouette, Edward I. Altman, and Paul Narayanan, Managing Credit Risk, The Next Great Financial Challenge, page 88
      You cannot use the same traditional credit analysis for evaluating Kellogg's and Joe's Diner.
    • 1999, John G Koeltl and John S Kiernan, The Litigation Manual, page 163
      If you are trying a case in an unfamiliar jurisdiction, arrive a few days early. Walk around town. Get a haircut at the local barbershop. Grab a burger at Joe's Diner.
    • 2002, Clayton W. Barrows, Thomas F. Powers, and Jo Marie Powers, Introduction to the Hospitality Industry, Fifth Edition and NRAEF Workbook Package, page 148
      In the hamburger segment, for instance, competition had gone from Joe's Diner versus McDonald's to McDonald's versus Burger King versus Wendy's versus Hardee's.
    • 2003, Carrie Bickner, Web Design on a Shoestring, page 34
      I don't care whether you are working in Joe's Diner or at The Four Seasons; your customer should never have to give your service enough thought to evaluate it.
    • 2006, Nell B Dale and John Lewis, Computer Science Illuminated, page 549
      The two answers are not the same, but because following either route gets the traveler to Joe's Diner, both answers are functionally correct.