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grog

(grɑg)
n. liquor. Here, have some more of this grog.
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I can only answer that the sight of old Betteredge's familiar face was an inexpressible comfort to me, and that the drinking of old Betteredge's grog helped me, as I believe nothing else would have helped me, in the state of complete bodily and mental prostration into which I had fallen.
and then, over a glass of Yarmouth grog, we will have the tidings of ten years
Across the West, boutique meaderies are bringing one of the oldest grogs in recorded history-made from fermented honey and water--back into style.
The predominate recipe was a cone 04 terracotta that used RedArt, Fireclay ballclay and different grogs.
The 15th Grogs (200-strong Goodwood Racehorse Owners' Group) thronged the winner's enclosure after Goodwood Maestro made a winning debut and gave trainer John Dunlop success with his first two-year-old runner of the season.
His rivals have picked a range of topics including the geography of Australia, grogs, Western European geography, and The Princess Diaries.
As the name suggests, it specialises in wine, but you can also get Martinis, hot grogs, ice-cream cocktails - or even non-alcoholic smoothies.
Perhaps not entirely bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, all the Grogs turned out the following morning for a training session with the anglophile Eric Danel, then it was breakfast followed by a visit to Honfleur via a Calvados distillery and a formal dinner at the Cercle de Deauville.