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muddler

n. liquor. I’ve had a little too much muddler, I think. Anyway, I’m muddled.
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Put the berries, sugar syrup and lime juice into a glass and muddle the ingredients by crushing them in the glass with a muddler or pestle (or similar).
One of those will be a 20th anniversary NW Fly Tyers & Fly Fishing Expo poster, around which muddler minnow flies crafted by Nelson and several other participating tyers will be mounted.
Thus, the only between-group performance differences that should be expected involve the non-viable muddler groups being outperformed by organizations that adopt a generic strategy.
Caption(s): William Bounds' Gourmet Muddler mashes strong flavors without absorbing them.
A muddler is used to crush an ingredient so that its oils and other flavor components are released.
If you don't manage your money at all, don't plan ahead or keep a record of your spending, you're a Muddler.
As in the case of the Servants, party affiliation is not a reliable guide to membership in the Muddler category.
An application submitted to Newcastle City Council's licensing committee describes The Muddler as a cafe/bar, primarily intended to serve food, which would feature a pavement cafe and a courtyard area for customers at the rear.
Patterns: Black Buzzer, Black and Peacock Spider, Black Muddler, Hopper, Daddy Long Legs.
LIVING PROOF: The portly Muddler fly that caught my first sewin of the 2010 sewin season EARLY BIRDS: The boats setting off for a day's fishing on the Loch of Inchmahome in Scotland
The class costs $35 a person and includes two Mojitos--drink what you mix--along with a selection of appetizers, a take-home muddler and recipes.
Although your mojito recipe (July, page 57) called for a wooden spoon, I wanted a muddler.
The master class, which takes place next Thursday, May 12, from 5pm to 8pm, is open to anyone, so if you think you know a Muddler from a Boston Shaker or you simply want to soak up the decadent atmosphere call 0151 966 1466 to register your place
A Muddler given to him by well-known angler Stan Headley helped Jim land the heaviest catch of the night and propelled him into the final of the Daily Record Champion of Champions.
Sam recommends using a good muddler (a small baseball bat-like bar tool).