cold drink


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cold drink

n.
1. A drink, as of water, served or taken cold.
2. Chiefly Southern US See soft drink. See Note at tonic.
References in classic literature ?
For quite a while the only thought of which he was conscious was that what he needed most was a cold drink and a cold bath.
In addition to greatly improved wettability and dispersibility in cold drink powder mixes, this development also opens up the possibility of varying the balance of sugar and cocoa in recipes as it allows for lower amounts of sugar to be used.
FREE cold drink at Esquires Coffee House St George's Way, Eldon Square Terms and conditions: only available at Esquires Coffee House, St George's Way, Eldon Square on Friday, April 24, 2009.
Infinity not only offers customers an attractive and easy way to serve food, but it also improves speed of operations and reduces spoilage by distinguishing between hot and cold drinks and food applications.
We are thrilled with the reaction of our regular coffee drinkers to this new line of cold drinks," says Donald Driver, category director for 7-Eleven.
One key to drug chains' increasing their cold drink business is separating the impulse/immediate-consumption segment of the market from the take-home segment and merchandising it in the checkout area.
There aren't many places where you'd catch Gazza, Michelle Heaton and Jimmy "five bellies" Gardner enjoying a cold drink together.
Fruit juices are the top cold drink (16% of breakfasts) but it is water and milk that are particularly increasing, driving the growth in share of breakfasts for cold drinks.
We raided the place and found a bottling plant, the chemicals used for flavouring and thousand of caps of various brands along with the fake cold drink," the officer added.
drink as a cold drink--50% with a cold drink, 48% with a hot drink
As President of Coca-Cola Cold Drink in Oslo, Norway from 1993 to 1996, Mr.