tea urn


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Noun1.tea urn - an urn in which tea is brewed and from which it is servedtea urn - an urn in which tea is brewed and from which it is served
urn - a large pot for making coffee or tea
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tea urn

nbollitore m per il tè
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One tea urn, and this was broken for weeks before being fixed.
Koopman Rare Art have nominated that every copy sold will benefit Victoria and Albert Museum funds for the acquisition of silver for the National Collection Clockwise from far left: George IV four-light candelabra ordered by Baron Henrique Teixera de Sampaio, the richest man in Portugal in 1822-23; A set of six butter shells (London 1837) from the personal collection of Arthur Negus of Antiques Roadshow fame; A salver commissioned by the Prince Regent in 1816 to present to General Thomas Garth in thanks for his guardianship of his daughter, Princess Charlotte of Wales and a George IV silver tea urn (London 1824)
By the tea urn, hardened hacks are bonding with upper management over sporting ethics, and front office and back office are reaching middle ground over their love of homemade jam; the entire workforce, it seems, brought together by coffee walnut cake, cream scones and cupcakes.
They brought on a tray of poached eggs, a tea urn and cartons of oxtail soup.
50 pot of lukewarm tea spilt water everywhere when I campsite tea urn brew.
AN 18th century silver tea urn engraved with industrial pioneer Matthew Boulton's coat of arms is Birmingham Museums Trust's latest object of the month.
Everyone said, 'yeah right,' but I went home and got an old tea urn, fitted it with a false bottom, then went to the home brew shop in Whitley Bay and bought myself proper malt and hops, and Hadrian brewery kindly gave me some of their yeast.
The sockets fused again as Heather and Doreen portioned up their delicious home-made apple crumble and cream, this time taking down not just the ovens but the tea urn, too.
Beck used to throw buckets of water over his players before kick-off; opponents disliked dark arts like half-inflated balls they were allocated for the warm-up, heaps of sugar in the tea urn and a dugout nearer the penalty box than the halfway line.
I was thinking of Mother the other day after scalding my hand on the tea urn in the Pete Docherty Halfway House I currently reside in.
At the old Examiner office in Ramsden Street, the newsroom had a tea urn that must have held a gallon and it was best to get the first mug rather than wait until it solidi-fied towards the bottom.
Perhaps because you are more likely to be scalded by the tea urn, fall off your swivel chair or have a catastrophic stapling accident, office workers also feel most depressed on a Wednesday, according to unrelated studies at the University of Vermont.