whiskey bottle


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Noun1.whiskey bottle - a bottle for holding whiskeywhiskey bottle - a bottle for holding whiskey  
bottle - a glass or plastic vessel used for storing drinks or other liquids; typically cylindrical without handles and with a narrow neck that can be plugged or capped
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They gathered up scraps of food which had touched his lips, an empty whiskey bottle, a cocoanut from which he had drunk, and even his spittle, and performed all kinds of deviltries over them.
A MAN waded in with a whiskey bottle after seeing a friend involved in a fight.
They claimed that a DNA test conducted in 2008, had concluded that the finger marks found on the terrace of their house, on a whiskey bottle inside the house, and on domestic help Krishna's pillow, belonged to the same person and most certainly a male.
During the incident, Afridi and Syed used the whiskey bottle to further degrade her.
I don't think a lot of people knew this was supposed to be a whiskey bottle .
For the consummate collector, we have a 1917 John Jameson and Sons Irish whiskey bottle," said Mr Doughty.
The first time she chased a man out of the store while wielding a whiskey bottle.
begins with a little noise in the boiler room, a whiskey bottle tossed
Photographer Jim Marshall captured some of the most notable musicians in historic candid shots still remembered today: Janis Joplin with whiskey bottle and the Beatles racing across Candlestick Park at the end of their final public performance: but what about some of his other shots.
Most recently, Love pleaded innocent to attacking a female musician with a whiskey bottle at the Hancock Park home of her ex-boyfriend.
Between them, the 35 residents at the council-run Eddie Miller Court in Tower Road filled a whiskey bottle in their community lounge with coins.
Then Jacqueline stabbed the kidnapper in the neck while Tamara bludgeoned him in the face with the whiskey bottle.