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smiler

slang A mixture of beer with lemonade or ginger ale; shandy. We all spread out on a big blanket on the grass and spent the afternoon drinking smilers in the sunshine.

smile

and smiler and smiley
n. a drink of liquor; liquor. Come over and join me for a smiley.

smiler

verb
See smile
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The Smiler comes to a halt, leaving riders trapped vertically
In 2015, two teenagers needed leg amputations after a 90mph collision with an empty carriage on the Smiler.
Critics called for the Smiler to be closed permanently after last year's crash, which left 16 people hurt including five with serious leg injuries.
"The Smiler has been reexamined and issued with a Document of Compliance as part of this scheme before reopening."
But it went on: "No technical or mechanical problems were found with the ride itself." The Smiler is to reopen next year.
The Smiler ride at Alton Towers, Staffordshire | DAILY MIRROR
He still rides out for Weymes's son John, who said: "Smiler is part of the fixtures and fittings here, having worked for many years for Dad and then for me when I took over the licence in 2000.
Andrew Smiler, author of Challenging Casanova: Beyond the stereotype of promiscuous young male sexuality, says that men don't realise they can actually refuse sex.
Alton Towers, a theme park located between Leek and Uttoxeter in Staffordshire, UK, is preparing to launch its new white-knuckle ride, perversely called The Smiler, for the coming season.
The Royal Mail has explained that in the UK, an individual can personalize their mail by combining a Royal Mail stamp with a photograph of an individual through their "Smiler Service".
Minik, who was about seven at the time, and his father, known as Smiler, were among them.
Mike Bill Camp Sheila Zofia Goszczynska Vera Angela Reed Frank David Wilson Barnes Barry Thomas Derrah Smiler Peter Dylan Richards Ellen Karen MacDonald Oliver Mikey Solis Guards Shawtane Monroe Bowen, Jason Christopher Brown, Sam Chase Prisoners Alejandro Simoes, Amar Sridstava Lucy's Mother Zuzanna Szadkowsku In 1965, Brit scribe Edward Bond shocked audiences with his play "Saved," in which a baby in a carriage is stoned to death by working-class toughs.