cool drink


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cool drink

n
(Cookery) South African any soft drink
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GRANDMOTHER Julie Holroyd had just the thing when one of her grandsons wanted a cool drink.
Add barley (powdered) to water with a little lime, rock salt, and roasted cumin powder for a cool drink.
Pour yourself a cool drink, position a couple of fans to blow pleasant zephyrs across your perspiring brow and prepare to salute some of the hardiest men and women on earth - the fans attending the World Matchplay darts at Blackpool's Winter Gardens.
Temperatures reached 20C in some parts with clear blue skies enticing people to enjoy a day out, an ice-cream and a cool drink outside a pub.
The hotel offers a daytime and evening programme of activities and entertainment or you may opt to relax with a cool drink by the side of the free-form pool.
Included in the fun was a Big Brag, held on the Friday evening where each school promoted their country by performing a small play or song, advertising a cool drink brand.
They popped to get some fresh pastries for Kourtney to eat before stopping in at Coffee Bean for a cool drink.
From playing tag in the garden to picking flowers for mum, sipping a nice cool drink in the shade or showering everyone with the hosepipe, springtime is fun, fun, fun - get out there and enjoy it
Summary: Smooth selection of trendy tunes, cool drink deals and tempting tapas
On Saturday afternoon festival goers can take a step back from the busy Riverside site and head to the Georgian Theatre to rest their feet, grab a cool drink and relax to the soothing beats of acoustic ladyland including Colin Holt and Bob Fischer.
Perhaps it is time to engage in some bug research - in the shade, with a cool drink in hand.