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  • n. Plural form of bottler.


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  • "This transaction underscores that Latin American bottlers are able to come together from a position of strength," Credit Suisse said in a report.

    Reuters: Top News

  • It adds up to an unfounded portrayal of the company and its Latin American bottlers, the company said. - News

  • The target customers for the Reverte ™ additives are pre-form manufacturers, blowers of PET plastic bottles, private label bottlers, mass merchandisers, Big Box stores, pharmaceutical manufacturers and packagers, and ultimately the consumer.

    MMD Newswire: Press Release News Wire

  • Carl Saltz, for example, called bottlers and recommended Nicholas in glowing terms.


  • These citizens did minister wine, as bottlers, which is their service, at their coronation.

    The Bed-Book of Happiness

  • Peter, I reckoned those under-achieving Brazilian 'bottlers' will have stirred up more than a few hornets nests in their homeland by the abject manner of their capitulation against Netherlands.

    The girl who kicked the publisher's keister for misplacing an apostrophe

  • I fully admit I'm a snob in believing The Sun publication to be a waste of perfectly good trees but dismissing the opposing leaders as 'bottlers' will still help the party in what isn't exactly its target market.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • I can't blame the local "bottlers" for asking for a special break, but they don't deserve one.

    Sound Politics

  • When the proposed Kaka deal was declared dead in the water, he accused AC Milan of being "bottlers", while human rights concerns over former chairman Thaksin Shinawatra were shrugged aside as Cook labelled him

    BBC Blog Network

  • United will always cast a shadow, while the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and those 'bottlers' at AC Milan will not be shifted from their own perches any time soon. news feed


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