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  • "Prosit," he said, taking another swig from the flask before handing it back.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • "Prosit," he said, taking another swig from the flask before handing it back.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • "Prosit," he added, as he raised his great mug to his lips.

    Tomaso's Fortune and Other Stories

  • A big "Prosit" to all, but most of all to Mgr Charles Cordina ... the man behind it all!

    timesofmalta.com

  • A big "Prosit" to all, but most of all to Mgr Charles Cordina ... the man behind it all!

    timesofmalta.com

  • The German professor has his faults, but in his own simple home, the work of the day behind him, his family about him at his well-filled but not luxurious board, with some member of the family not unlikely to be an accomplished musician and with his own unrivalled store of learning at your service, when he raises his glass to you, filled with his best, with a smile and a hearty "Prosit," he is hard to beat as a host, to my thinking.

    Germany and the Germans From an American Point of View

  • So next time you are sipping a beer on a hot summer day, just like they do in Milwaukee, raise your glass and say “Prost ” or “Prosit.”

    Milwaukee, the Beer Capital of the World

  • For us the only difference was that not all of the flowers had been put up in the Musikverein and, while there was the usual applause at the start of the Blue Danube, Zubin Mehta did not give a short speech, but simply wished us 'Prosit Neujahr'.

    Ah, Vienna...

  • While at dinner I won a door prize in the form of an old book, Prosit, A Book of Toasts, Copyright 1904, compiled by Clotho and produced by Paul Elder and Co.,

    Appendix B

  • Prosit,” she said and went out, taking the empty bottles.

    The Short Stories

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