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“Shake everything except Limonata with ice and strain into an ice-filled Collins glass.”
“Such wonderful simplicity: Two ounces of Pimm's No. 1 in an ice-filled highball glass, topped with 7UP.”
“Its 10-year history includes the failure of Copper, a bistro, followed by the 2004 shuttering of Whim, a seafood spot that reportedly featured a raw oyster bar fashioned from a shower curtain and an ice-filled keg. The owner of Cielo Café, according to a Time Out New York review, simultaneously served as cook, bartender and waitress; the venture lasted less than a year.”
“Shake all ingredients except last with ice and strain into a tall, ice-filled glass.”
““It is in the south, hun, you heathen, you,” Jack replied, popping caps off bottles and pouring the tea into ice-filled glasses.”
“The cavernous bar, a converted bowling alley, is convenient for motorcyclists—who on busy days are allowed to serve themselves beer from an ice-filled horse trough—but it doesn't cater to families with children.”
“In the dining room, on an oblong table, champagne beckoned from an ice-filled bucket.”
“Athletic trainers saved Casa's life by quickly bringing down his body's core temperature with cold, wet towels and ice and getting him by ambulance to an emergency room where he was placed in an ice-filled tub.”
“Set up a self-serve bar, with big ice-filled galvanized bins of sparkling waters and sodas, and drinks dispensers filled with lemonade for the little ones and Nantucket Lemonade for the adults!”
“Pour into ice-filled glasses and top with club soda.”
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