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  • n. Plural form of sherbert.


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  • "The sauce", "sherberts" - funny how many synonyms for being drunk we employ.

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  • In their aptly-titled volume, Ices: the Definitive Guide, Caroline and Robin Weir divide ices into creams (ice cream and gelati), water ices (sorbets and granitas) and hybrids, with a foot in both camps (parfaits and sherberts).

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  • Yes, I did down load the podcast and in fact I have now listened to it again before commenting as I had had a few Friday night sherberts when I first listened.

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  • Surely, Oborne had been on the sherberts when he wrote that piece.

    Surely not Mandelson!!

  • And we do receive some sheepish "morning after" emails from readers who admit to having had a few too many sherberts the night before.

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  • They next brought in sweet-smelling salves, which I rubbed over me, and then repaired to the hummaum, where I found a royal dress, in which the eunuchs arrayed me; and after perfuming me with incense of sandal wood, brought in confections, coffee, and sherberts of various sorts, with which I refreshed myself.

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  • Agripina needs a loan of 2000 soles to buy sugar, corn and sherberts.

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  • Funnily enough, these people often tour the pubs and clubs because people are more inclined to donate after a few sherberts (just like the pre match imbibers perhaps?)

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  • All manner of food was produced as were the much-lauded sherberts. Recent Updates

  • Unlike the alternative group's review the sherberts were awful. Recent Updates


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