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  • Although the thought of a snowball covered in Ribena syrup right on my balcony is very tempting.

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  • Sumner is in impish mood, joking about drinking "Ribena" (a likely story) and how his guitar is "made from pieces of the Haçienda dancefloor".

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  • In the case of GSK, there was a change of product line from the original manufacture of baby foods and drinks such as Ribena which was a brand for the Smithkline Beecham Company, to manufacture of pharmaceutical products which are currently the company's main products.

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  • New Look's court shoe in 'Ribena' (how many ways can one colour be described?), which costs

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  • The company produces treatments for asthma, cancer and HIV, as well as brands including Horlicks, Aquafresh, Lucozade and Ribena.

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  • I remember that she made flapjacks which she called ‘crunch’ and bought us Lucozade and Ribena to drink.

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  • 'Wine, Francis?' he asked, pouring both of them a large glass of dilute Ribena.

    It's October, 1956.

  • Sanderson was smiling out of his half a mouth, raising a glass of Ribena in a toast as the photographer came in to take their picture together.

    It's October, 1956.

  • 'Thir - that's a hundred and twenty quid for Ribena?'

    It's October, 1956.

  • However, for two dining companions already on to their second bottle, the conversation was not flowing as quickly as the Ribena.

    It's October, 1956.

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