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growler

n. a toilet. Where’s the growler around here?
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About 2,000 Boeing employees work on the Growler and F-18 programs in the company's Hazelwood-based Defense, Space & Security unit.
5mm tip, plus handy clip, makes for easy insertion into bottles, growlers or kegs.
But no sooner than we've got used to cans being cool, we now have to get our heads around the growler.
Finally, leave it to a Portland company to invent a pressurized, insulated growler (at right)--it's almost like carrying your own tap.
The Prowler will be replaced by the EA-18G Growler, a variant of the F/A-18F Super Hornet.
To rectify the situation and keep good microbrew from going bad, four craft beer-loving engineers in Portland got together and designed the uKeg, a pressurized growler that keeps oxygen away from beer and maintains perfect carbonation from the first to last pour.
The Reduce growler maintains a beverage's temperature for up to six hours.
As Manager, she manages the purchases of nearly 400 bottled beers and the 27-tap growler bar, in addition to their growing wine department selections.
An example is the E/A-1 8G Growler, the Navy's replacement for the EA-8 Prowler electronic attack aircraft.
A key driver of the growler phenomenon is the craft beer explosion.
NYSE: NOC) said it has delivered the 100th airborne electronic attack kit for the EA-18G Growler aircraft.
A growler was the slang name for which Victorian means of transport?
BIG Star's Little Star host Stephen Mulhern to Tina Hobley after her toddler says she growls when angry: "Come on, let's see your growler.
The new translucent-colored glass and plastic offerings give us a unique position, especially in the beer growler market,' says Beer City Glass General Manager John Bereza.