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“Nick talked her through and Meryl was a bright spark, scrupulous with a two-ounce shot, nimble with the tall green, brown and clear bottles.”
“Joanne Chang, a Boston pastry chef and restaurateur, told me that when she opened her Flour Bakery she used home-sized, two-ounce muffin tins for her muffins and cupcakes.”
“Cars 19 feet long, weighing two tons, are used to run a 118-pound housewife three blocks to the drugstore for a two-ounce package of bobby pins and lipstick," George Romney, president of compact-car maker American Motors and father of future presidential contender Mitt, lamented in 1955.”
“For two-ounce wedding invitations, the 2009 stamp featuring a wedding cake will be reissued at 64 cents; and for three-ounce letters there will be a new 84-cent stamp honoring Oveta Culp Hobby, who founded the Women's Army Corps in World War II.Post cards will go up a penny to 29 cents and new stamps will also be available for that rate.”
“The drink in question is a two-ounce shot of Hardy Perfection, a blend of vintage cognacs dating back to the 1860s.”
“Riders will complement their current in-race nutrition with the two-ounce bottles.”
“Police executed a search warrant at the home Saturday after a tip from an area resident, and found 11 fully mature marijuana plants and six two-ounce bags of marijuana inside the home.”
“For truckers, the two-ounce serving size means fewer pit stops.”
“If I were doing it, I'd go with Option #2 and replace the vanilla with EXCELLENT-QUALITY fruit extract or essence; I see on La Cuisine's Web site that the store in Old Town Alexandria, so it's within driving distance of many of our readers sells strawberry and raspberry essences from France in two-ounce bottles.”
“Meat and/or meat alternatives must be offered daily at both lunch and breakfast two-ounce portion for students grade 9-12 and one-ounce for younger students.”
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