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  • Of course, Señora Gaspar needed someone in the store when Último was making deliveries, so at three her niece, Rosa, came in with a four-pack of wine coolers.

    Alba

  • A portion of the proceeds go to the Alzheimer's Association. $20 for a four-pack, theipiestore.com

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  • Of course, Señora Gaspar needed someone in the store when Último was making deliveries, so at three her niece, Rosa, came in with a four-pack of wine coolers.

    Alba

  • And on Sunday a Meg Ryan four-pack between 9:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. to divert our attention from all of that dull playoff football.

    Embedding in Oprah's 'Cynicism-Free Zone'

  • The only requirement was that the beer had to be purchased in a four-pack or six-pack in a local liquor store.

    Taste Test: Pumpkin beers

  • He saw: a four-pack of Seventh Generation toilet paper, and a three-pack of chocolate "Zingers."

    Celebrity Sighting

  • In 1998, Perrin & Nissen entered into an agreement with International Chemical Corp., licensing it exclusively to manufacture the toy in North America in return for a royalty of 52 cents per four-pack, with a minimum of $260,000/year.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • A four-pack of the manual cartridges sells for $16.99, about a 15% premium to regular Fusion blades.

    Gillette's Latest Innovation in Razors: the 11-Cent Blade

  • Shoved at the back of the cabinet under the kitchen sink is a cellophane-wrapped four-pack of sponges.

    Dirty Secret

  • FES comes in 11. 2-ounce bottles (about $10 a four-pack).

    Beer: Guinness's trick and treat

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