beermat


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beermat

(ˈbɪəmæt) or

beer mat

n
a cardboard mat to put under a glass of beer
Translations

beermat

[ˈbɪəmæt] Nposavasos m inv

beermat

beer mat [ˈbɪərmæt] ndessous m de verrebeer mug nchope f à bièrebee sting npiqûre f d'abeille
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While Dylan Thomas' image has long since appeared on a beermat with little comment, the face of late, great RS Thomas on a bag of crisps sparked a complaint and subsequent apology from an upmarket snack-maker.
No matter that Coventry's Memorial Park last Saturday morning was as soggy as a Barmy Army beermat and the sky more threatening than a Mitchell Johnson bouncer.
The barman leaned on the bar, fiddling with a beermat.
And then it was plonked on a tray with roughly the size and structural integrity of a beermat, two drinks precariously balanced one atop the other.
The writer is a best-selling author, keynote speaker and entrepreneur mentor, co-founder of Beermat.
Meanwhile, FT columnist and author of The Beermat Entrepreneur, Mike Southon, will join senior representatives from some of the most forward-thinking firms in the country to look at how businesses can survive the current difficult environment.
The Proofie, made from material similar to a beermat, will be on sale in chemists and vending machines from next month.
Advice from key industry figures such as London Electricity, NatWest, Nandos, McCann Erickson and The Beermat Entrepreneur as well as top-drawer consultants from KPMG and BDO Stoy Hayward among others, come together to examine core business areas that affect small and medium-sized companies.
The glass and beermat technique |would be used for this beauty in our house
Mr Southon, who is the acclaimed author of the book, The Beermat Entrepreneur, will focus on the importance of creativity, teamwork and branding.
Don't anthropomorphise me," he snapped, fiddling with a beermat.
And when Ireland enjoyed their historic win over Australia in 2003, Crowe was there, penning an emotional choral tribute to his idol Harris on the back of a beermat.