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juicer

1. dated slang A heavy drinker or alcoholic. The poor guy turned into a regular juicer after he lost his job.
2. slang A bodybuilder who uses anabolic steroids or other performance-enhancing drugs regularly or excessively. ("Juice" and "juicing" are slang terms often used in reference to steroid use.) You could tell he was a juicer from his swollen, grotesquely muscular physique. I juice occasionally to help boost my performance at the gym, but I wouldn't consider myself a juicer, per se. The athlete was suspected of being a juicer for most of his career.

limejuicer

1. obsolete A British sailor, so called because of the Royal Navy's practice of adding lime juice to grog in order to combat scurvy. Primarily heard in US. A ship full of limejuicers just arrived into port where they met an icy reception from the locals.
2. dated By extension, any British person, especially an Englishman. The term is usually used in a derogatory manner. Primarily heard in US. We don't need some hoity-toity limejuicer coming in and telling us how to run our business. Why don't you go back to Britannia, you old limejuicer?

juicehead

and juicer
n. a heavy drinker; a drunkard. The tavern is always filled with juicers on Friday night.

juicer

verb

limejuicer

and limey
n. a British sailor; and British citizen, typically a male. (The first one is old. Both are a little derogatory.) Some limey answered the telephone and I could hardly understand what she was saying.
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Put ingredients in the hopper of a Hurom juicer and turn on machine.
He said slow juicers are good for juicing a wide range of produce and because of the tight juicing chamber, "the produce isn't exposed to oxygen like that of a high-speed juicer." Advances in slow juicers include quieter operation, easier cleaning with more dishwasher-safe parts and automatic pulp ejection.
If you're still set on a juicer, the Dash JB001CM, $140, turned out fresh and tasty apple, carrot and orange juice in ShopSmart's tests.
She expects a "sea change" in the messaging around juicers, which represented around $263 million in sales in 2013.
Breville's launch in the USA has implemented the 100% compostable "the Clean & Green(TM)" juicer pulp bag, with its Juice Fountain(R) range of juice extractors to encourage environmentally-friendly waste disposal practices.
Muscat: Royal Philips Electronics announced the launch of Avance Juicer, which comes in a sleek new design, built to maximise the fun of juicing whilst minimising the hassle of cleaning with an innovative quick-clean sieve.
AT last, a survey that doesn't shower us with guilt and bring tidings of woe if we're not attached to the juicers, while pushing more weights than Madonna.
Many of you know Richard Boger of Norwalk Juicers, and have had the pleasure of working with him.
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Seventy-five percent of these students accessed the glaze posting; 63 percent accessed the turning/trimming/tooling and health/safety postings; 50 percent accessed the centering, cylinders, planters, bowls, teapots, juicers, and raku postings; and 38 percent accessed the wedging, plates, and lips/lids/handles postings.
Through the website, visitors can also buy products, including organic food, juicers, herbal teas, light therapy lamps, air purifiers, nutritional supplements, anti-stress tools and skincare products.
The Kinmel Bay-based company plans to move into new markets in Cheshire and Merseyside and extend its product range to orange juicers and slush machines following a funding partnership with City Invoice Finance.
Nabisco CapriSun Juicers are packaged in a nice colorful box that would catch your eye in a store, and are easy to open.
Hoekstra states that "most raw foodists get the bulk of their diet from the tropics," and argues (accurately) that the "fancy raw food meals are prepared with a lot of electrical equipment, like dehydrators, juicers, blenders and food processors." I have to disagree with the statement about the bulk of the diet coming from the tropics.