bottle cork

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Noun1.bottle cork - the plug in the mouth of a bottle (especially a wine bottle)
plug, stopple, stopper - blockage consisting of an object designed to fill a hole tightly
wine bottle - a bottle for holding wine
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This storyline was about a little blue ink drop held prisoner in an ink bottle by an evil bottle cork that restricted her movement, her self-determination.
Global warming, causing an 'alarming' melt in the permafrost, released gas causing an effect like the popping of a Champagne bottle cork, she suggests.
I have been called out on Christmas Day many times over the years to remove items like socks, tights, a wine bottle cork, baking foil and a plastic toy soldier from the guts of various animals and you can expect a bill up to pounds 2,000 if you're not insured.
The birds were kept individually in chambers through which they could see a monitor showing a series of pictures, three of which featured a plastic Kinder egg and wooden platform and a fourth showing a bottle cork and a metal platform.
20 - For the golfer, a pewter golf bag or ball on top of a bottle cork, available at J.
ALL traces of rust can be removed from utensils by rubbing them with a wine bottle cork dipped in olive oil.
We had many entries and Mrs Phyliss Swan won with a whisky bottle cork top key ring and she also won the raffle.
At 10p a time for a bottle cork, we reckon our solution would be more cost- effective and energy-efficient.
But owner Graham Morrison, from Stockton, Teesside, made a float from a wine bottle cork.
Let's kick-start the holiday season with the adage 'Good things come in little packages,' with these little reindeer and pine tree ornaments made of some wine bottle corks and barbecue sticks most households have.
Last time they went, Keith got one of those hats with 32 wine bottle corks dangling from it.
The first involves sculptures made out for wine bottle corks.