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corker

n. someone or something good, funny, or entertaining. That was a real corker. I thought I’d die laughing.
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This means that Corkers crisps maintain an authentic potato taste rather than undertones of burnt sugar, which can often be detected in other brands of crisps.
As well as the 40g and 150g bags Corkers is the first crisp brand to launch a 20g bag which is less than 100 calories.
Left Foot Forward founder Will Straw, who set up the Cameron's Corkers website said: "It has been clear for years that David Cameron was out of touch.
Little Corkers thus has come up with beautifully handcrafted silver pieces personalized with imprints or special messages making the piece all the more special and cherished," remarked Victoria Corker, the owner of the bespoke finger print jewellery enterprise.
Little Corkers is offering its customers with a wide selection of finger printed jewellery like necklaces, bracelets, cluster necklace, key rings, charms and cufflinks.
Corkers is the first to produce a 20g bag of premium quality crisps, available in three mouth-watering flavours: Sea Salt (Gold Taste Award); Sea Salt and Black Pepper as well as Red Leicester and Caramelised Onion.
The new corker alleviates any concerns that the host may have about serving and storing great wine.
CENTOUR CORKER ( pictured), theoutstandingstayerofhisera andundisputedlyoneofHove's all-timegreats,hadtobeputto sleep a few days ago after developingacanceroustumou r, writesPatrickKelly.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether someone is the consummate entertainer and wine connoisseur, or is just trying to launch their first holiday party with style, the new glitter Haley's Corker will add fun and flair to the table setting, and also ensure that the wine is served and stored in top form.
Jackson Square LLC, led by William, Sue and Michael Corker, secured the five-year loan from Pinnacle Bank of Little Rock.