the drink

the drink

n. the water of the ocean, lake, pond, etc. Stay away from the edge of the boat unless you want to fall in the drink.
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Some M45 masks have been found to have a blockage in their outlet valve housings that prevents a soldier from getting water through the drink tube.
The presentation of Roaring Lion also differs from Red Bull as the drink is served at the fountain via a bag in a box.
In addition to the many flavored "thirst quenchers" Gatorade offers, manufacturers of the drink have recently added a "fitness water" to their repertoire of sports beverages.
Evidently, the drink did keep the fevers down while it kept the spirits up.
There's no reason for water in the drink to move into your cells.
The drink smart[R] website is dedicated to informing legal purchase age consumers on how to make responsible choices about alcohol.
THAT SOLDIER SHOULD HAVE PAID MORE ATTENTION TO KEEPING THE DRINK TUBE CLEAN.
In this version, the coconut gives the drink a soft mellow milkiness that's delicious.
It is today's replay of the age when the Martini, the drink with the sophisticated image, reigned supreme.
But the most dramatic appetite suppression followed consumption of the drink sweetened with fructose (fruit sugar).
com site is lush with regular features including the Drink Calculator, where inputting up to any 5 ingredients returns a selection of cocktail recipes from one of the largest databases available anywhere, and the Drink Creator, where the community can share favorite concoctions and stories that go with them.
The drink Rockstar, for example, crows that one can ``party like a rockstar'' while hyping itself as ideal for everyone ``from athletes to rockstars.
The biggest hazard identified with such a habit was excessive weight g ain from the calories in the drink.
The drink is expected to see a healthy value sales growth throughout the forecast period, with a CAGR of 7%.
The drink is garnished with freshly shaved coconut.