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- n. The juice of apples as a drink.
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- n. the juice of apples
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But one cup of orange juice or unsweetened apple juice contains about 120 calories, so you might be consuming a pound’s worth of calories each month if you have orange juice every day with breakfast.
My mother would go to Costco the day before and buy jugs of apple juice and economy-size boxes of granola bars, sunscreen, and whole grain cereal.
Gavin couldn’t take Eleanor out for dinner without first having a glass of apple juice in Yvette’s living room and discussing the works of Tolstoy, or Sigmund Freud.
Getting herself an apple juice from a fridge that thankfully held no Grissom experiments at the moment, Sara said, “None of the shoes from Ray Lipton’s house match the prints from Dream Dolls.”
In easy undemanding companionship we rode further, dismounted in some shade, ate a pineapple each, and cold chicken from the Iguana Rock, and drank some refreshing unsweet apple juice from tins George had been given to bring along.
"I think, yes, with apple juice and Talut's bouza.