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  • My kids got me a “coozie” with that printed on it.

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  • I think I'll support everyone by donating a beer coozie bought from Stevil to Recycle-a-bicycle with the street cred I'll have earned from donating a racing license it's for the kids to Prolly.

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  • Today, in the name of summer ‘09, I purchased: ’70s-era paperbacks by late aquathriller master Peter Benchley, a coozie printed with dolphins and castles, and a tube of black Zinka.

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  • The first 250 fans through the gates receive an OU softball coozie.

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  • I know it is hard to see the specific detail on the shirt, coozie, and pint glass, but let me take quick minute to explain the shirt illustration.

    Suburban Home Records

  • I will hold a coozie (stubbies, you call them?) and stand just like this all day so you can recognize me. btw any great speakers you'd recommend checking out today or tomorrow?

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  • I will hold a coozie (stubbies, you call them?) and stand just like this all day so you can recognize me. btw any great speakers you'd recommend checking out today or tomorrow?

    MSDN Blogs

  • was i the only person at the sports basement last night not completely blown away by that ridiculous I beam coozie?

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  • a CD, a coffee mug (since mike isn't a big drinker), poster, t-shirt, coozie, and button.

    Suburban Home Records

  • "I said, I wish I had a coozie for my wine glass and they said, 'Well, maybe you can do that.'

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  • A coozie is a rubber or neoprene sleeve into which a beverage can or bottle is placed to achieve insulation of the beverage and hand. They are often printed with logos of beverage companies (usually beer), sports teams, or other corporate insignia.

    "My boy Junior carries a beer coozie in his pocket at all times."

    Junior: "Cold beer and warm hands are a good thing."

    September 20, 2009

  • see koozie.

    June 20, 2013