beeswing


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beeswing

(ˈbiːzˌwɪŋ)
n
1. (Brewing) a light filmy crust of tartar that forms in port and some other wines after long keeping in the bottle
2. (Brewing) a port or other wine containing beeswing
References in classic literature ?
The three glasses were grouped together, all of them tinged with wine, and one of them containing some dregs of beeswing.
The last glass filled would be most likely to contain beeswing.
One is that after the second glass was filled the bottle was violently agitated, and so the third glass received the beeswing.
In that way all the beeswing would be in the last glass, would it not.
The nostalgic journey started in Dumfries before travelling to New Abbey and Beeswing which was of great interest to the members and they were able to reminisce and see the changes that had taken place in their neighbourhood.
FOUR relatively short weeks on from the Stobart Rail Northumberland Plate, the Collingwood Insurance Beeswing Ladies Day is upon us at Newcastle Racecourse.
July 23 -lAdies dAy At NewCAstle rACeCourse Proclaimed one of the biggest social events in the North East calendar, in which action and glamour combine, roll up for the Collingwood Insurance Beeswing Ladies Day at Newcastle Racecourse on Saturday, July 23.
His versatility extends to the slow, haunting Broken Doll and Josephine, the pitch-dark Dungeons For Eyes and the uber-traditional Pony In The Stable, while opener She Never Could Resist A Winding Road carries alwayswelcome echoes of his classic Beeswing.
THE Beeswing, Seaton Delaval, Virginia, Chipchase, Blaydon Race, Grade 1 Northumberland Gold Cup, Gosforth Park Cup.
One of his best-loved songs is Beeswing, a tale of a wild woman and the man who loves her.
The highlights, from the band who gave arguably the best ever cover of Kate Bush's Hounds Of Love, are their versions of Sparks's No 1 Song In Heaven and Richard Thompson's folk classic Beeswing, which Futureheads' fans will find better than the originals.
uk PUBNAMES BEESWING THIS pub in Southam, Warwickshire, is named after the film which forms on port if it has been kept for many years.