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  • Consider what the state earns on each bottle of Jack Daniels, which is the Virginia's biggest-selling spirit:

    Spirits: What Virginians should be drinking

  • One lawmaker says a lobbying group representing liquor companies such as Jack Daniels pushed for the change.

    Trick-or-Treat

  • "That's what we keep a couple of bottles of ol 'Jack Daniels' around for," Rare said, grinning.

    Texas Lawman

  • Ray Edward, general manager of liquor at Spar said that the company had seen a swing from cheaper whisky brands to brandy and that people committed to particular brands of drinks, such as Jack Daniels, were moving to smaller size bottles, in the same brands.

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  • But simply having 'Jack Daniels' on our car does not alone guarantee a spot in the Chase.

    Sports Central | Articles and Columns

  • Heck, you would think playing a 'Jack Daniels' bass guitar would have been enough to keep Michael Anthony in Van Halen, but Eddie Van Halen and the voices in his head thought otherwise.

    Sports Central | Articles and Columns

  • The offer excludes some low margin drinks such as Jack Daniels, Guinness, Stella Artois and Smirnoff Ice.

    Rss news feed for Morning Advertiser

  • I could tell that Jack had bought her something to put in that soda—Jack Daniels green label or rum—because her eyes didn't focus too well and her speech was kinda slurred.

    Jack Never Wants to Dance

  • I remember drinking Jack Daniels and looking at Miriam.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • George whipped out a bottle of Jack Daniels like it was a gun from a holster.

    Fallin’ Up

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