swizzle-stick


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swizzle-stick

[ˈswɪzlstɪk] Npaletilla f para cóctel
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It was splashed all over fashion magazines and sported by swizzle-stick stars, but it didn't do well at certain stores for a simple reason: "The skinny denim look doesn't work for most women," Beder says."I think people wanted to try it, but not necessarily wanted to buy it," Flanagan says.There's also the celeb factor.
Clients like Mike Jeffcoat Sr., a commercial developer and owner of the Razorback Auto Auction in Rogers, say Fineberg is always as upbeat as his snappy, swizzle-stick smooth radio jingles.
Ever since she landed, my phone has been ringing off the hook with calls for her.You see, Kristina has more friends than you could shake a swizzle-stick at.