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an alcoholic drink combining two or more ingredients, as liquor, fruit juice, and flavorings.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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If you order a
at a bar, ask that ice not be added, since it may have been made from tap water.
Guests can order an artisan cheese plates with cured meats or a panini to accompany a
, wine or beer.
The cover charge for performances is usually no more than the cost of a good
The provisions of this chapter shall not prohibit the service of a
from the vessel in which it was prepared.
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