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tipple

1. n. liquor; strong liquor. A little more tipple, Tom?
2. tv. & in. to drink liquor; to sip at a vessel of liquor. He’s been tippling beer since early morning.
3. n. a drink of liquor. I’ll take just a little tipple—for my arthritis, you know.
4. n. a drinking bout. Well, Uncle Harry’s off on a tipple again.
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The new tipple hit stores all across the UK today (26th July), but if you can't be bothered to fight the queues, you'll be pleased to know that the passionfruit gin is now also available to buy from Aldionline,as part of the German supermarket's new shopping initiative.
The concoction has gone on sale at Aldi, just at the store launches anew home delivery service on spirits,which will allow customers to order some of the supermarket's award winning tipples from the comfort of their sofas.
GIN lovers get ready to put your bottoms up (of your glasses that is!) as a festival celebrating the fashionable tipple heads to a Teesside town.
The fire engine will be joined at Tipples and Tastes by a horsebox serving wood-fired pizza from Artisan Street Food.
A NEW Government tipple guide trying to be a tonic for people trying to keep tabs on how much alcohol they are drinking was launched today.
And it says too many pubs sell beers from around the world but offer no local alternative, even though locally-brewed tipples reduce unnecessary beer miles and the impact on the environment.
It is one of George's favourite tipples and is only served at the Mint Bar in Dublin's Westin Hotel.
While the backdating phenomenon is causing substantial tipples throughout the corporate insurance sector as claims for reimbursement of defense costs mount, the ultimate toll in terms of a surge of covered damage claims is yet to be determined.
Tipples, Ph.D., of the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, Man., and his colleagues.
Gator faces carry pressure receptors so responsive that they can detect tipples on the water's surface from a single falling drop.
In Untitled (brown flood) (all works 2001), perfect rows of packing tape cover the massive canvas; the slight color variations repeated uniformly in the tape, a byproduct of the manufacturing process, are aligned to create diagonal tipples that read as both an Op-ish visual effect and a representation of wind disturbing the surface of muddy water.
"The principal objective of the D-Care brand, and the opportunity for retailers, is to offer a complete line of personal care products designed to be safe for people with diabetes," says director of sales Don Tipples. "These are more than just creams, ointments and lotions.
The one day event, held between 2pm and 11pm, will showcase a number of tipples for partygoers to sample, alongside live entertainment.