bottle-top

bottle-top

n
a cap on the top of a bottle
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Those who were still standing retired to a hostelry for supper, a light-hearted quiz and some games of bottle-top bingo.
On the basis of product, the market is segmented into membrane filters, cartridges and capsules, syringe filters, bottle-top vacuum filters, filter funnels and holders, and filtration accessories.
But my favourite is the bottle-top test and here's why.
Each bottle-top returning as an object of contemplation has the capacity to reveal to us a more profound understanding of life than it ever did as a stopper (on a bottle).
The Bottle-Top Water Spike is a plastic nozzle that screws onto a litre plastic drinks bottle.
The Corner House manager Christopher Hunter and his staff team; WHOLE LOTTA BOTTLE: The Corner House Pub in Heaton, Newcastle, beat the Guinness World Record for the longest bottle-top chain, with all the money raised being donated to the NSPCC
Wardens will be dishing out secure bottle-top lids in an attempt to stop drugs being slipped into the drinks of Christmas revellers.
The Lost Thing is a picturebook about a young boy who, when scavenging for bottle-top caps for his collection, discovers a freakish creature--bizarre in the extreme, and so unusual that no one but him can seem to notice it.
If a bottle-top factory doesn't spend money on new machines to make bottle tops, they won't survive.
A shocked mum says a chemist's bottle-top blunder could have killed her baby.
On the bottle-top of a flavoured milk drink in Britain: After opening, keep upright.