extra-strong

extra-strong

adj
stronger than average; very strong
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The branch in London's Hackney is instead offering new "extra-strong" 15p paper carrier bags, alongside a lighter-weight 10p paper bag and PS1 jute or cotton options.
An extra-strong version of Marmite is returning to shop shelves for good following a popular limited release almost 10 years ago.
Traditionally, it calls for Red Horse (San Miguel's extra-strong beer) and a shot of lambanog.
The product's extra-strong vacuum suction cups hold your two-wheeled ride firmly on top of your vehicle's roof or trunk, or hanging from the liftgate window.
Three years a brewing giant Heineken bowed to pressure from campaigners and halted production of its 8.5 per cent White Lightning extra-strong cider.
This Adidas Performance sports bag has plenty of room for all your gear, an extra-strong grip handle and a mobile phone compartment.
Furthermore, a cool new addition called 'Battle Agency' will allow players to rent some of these extra-strong, rare Pokemon and do battle.
Loophole Now two charities which help the homeless want the duty rate on extra-strong ciders raised so they are less affordable for teenagers and vulnerable people.
CHILDREN in deprived areas should be prescribed extra-strong toothpaste, Scots dental experts warned yesterday.
This includes the latest mobile application with its innovative handheld Smart Grip as well LiveU's leading Xtender technology for extra-strong signal resiliency.
Experts wanted to see if the extra-strong interior materials and wipe-clean plastics would withstand 10 hours of rough handling.