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sparkler

n. a diamond; gemstones. Look at the sparklers on that old dame.
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Try to identify which is the Champagne, West Coast sparkler, cava, and prosecco.
Hazard: The sparklers burn faster and with a larger flame than normal and can burn down the stick towards users' hands, posing a burn hazard.
Sparkler will be responsible for supervising DMP's direct relationships with both domestic and international collection societies, manage integration between DMP's business affairs, administration and technology departments and establish new business opportunities for the company's client roster.
GIANT 10 Mega Sparklers (16 inch), PS3, buy one, get one free, from Waitrose.
These classic concoctions are generally a combination of a dry, tart-flavored sparkler, a sweet ingredient and some bitters for balance.
SPARKLERS have been banned from some of the region's top fireworks displays over health and safety fears.
It was also a way of practising our spelling as my cousins and I would write each others names and messages with the sparklers in the air
He also would not comment on whether rumours the sparkler had been flushed down the loo had hurt the price.
You can also snap up a Giant Sparkler for just 70p but hurry these explosive deals are only available while stocks last.
His dam Cherry Sparkler lacked early pace and caught the eye more often in defeat than victory, notably when failing by a short-head to catch Dark Thunder in Walthamstow's pounds 2,500 Star Racing Puppy Stakes.
A burning sparkler reaches a temperature of over two thousand degrees centigrade - twenty times the boiling point of water and should never be given to children under five.
I liked the sparkler in flute A enough to rank it third, noting that it was yeasty, with some age, a tad darker than most of the others, and probably a true French champagne.
Despite being together for five years, the statuesque actress - who starred alongside Ioan in 102 Dalmatians - said she nearly missed the glaringly obvious sparkler.
Even a simple sparkler can reach temperatures of 1,000C - that's 10 times the temperature of boiling water.
Delicious and affordable, this French sparkler is elegantly fruity, fresh and well-balanced; the flavors expand on a crisp, harmonious finish.