Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cider.

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Examples

  • The apples are showing up in ciders and next to pork roasts.

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  • Off-trade volumes, including a number of own label ciders, account for 80% of volumes.

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  • Off-trade volumes, including a number of own label ciders, account for 80% of volumes.

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  • Symrise used findings from consumer and trend research as a basis for developing its product concepts, which it says encompass growth segments in the alcoholic beverage market, such as ciders, liqueurs, flavored vodkas and beer mix drinks.

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  • Symrise used findings from consumer and trend research as a basis for developing its product concepts, which it says encompass growth segments in the alcoholic beverage market, such as ciders, liqueurs, flavored vodkas and beer mix drinks.

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  • Good selection of wines, including txakoli, ciders and Almogàver beer on tap.

    10 of the best tapas bars in Barcelona

  • They both decided to supply some of the food, beverage (non-alcoholic ciders), a wedding cake and asked the guests to bring potluck dishes.

    Irish Artists of the Mid-1800's

  • There are some terrific, thirst-quenching ciders being made in the Hudson Valley

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  • More pizzas … this time served in a converted stable to the rear of the Bull Hotel alongside gourmet pies and a range of West Country ciders.

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  • Good selection of wines, including txakoli, ciders and Almogàver beer on tap.

    10 of the best tapas bars in Barcelona

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