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  • Bluegrass music filled the air and sweet-tea (one word in the deep South) flowed like -- well, wine.

    Linda Hansen: Palmeto Family Council's Stump and Straw Poll: Dancing in Dixie With the Devout

  • Also: McDonald's in the midwest now carries a version of sweet-tea, but I haven't tried it yet.

    Things that Suck

  • Lower-priced beverages, including $1.89 iced coffee and a $1 fountain-drink and sweet-tea promotion, have pulled some sales away from the espresso drinks, which range from about $2 to $3.

    McDonald's Tests Changes

  • At first glance, the town appears sweet-tea Southern, with plantings on every corner and benches for those hours when the humidity breaks. rss feed

  • At first the convicts were unanimous in affirming, that they were quietly picking sweet-tea*, when they were without provocation assaulted by the natives, with whom they had no wish to quarrel.

    A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson

  • McDonald's, an increasingly aggressive competitor of Starbucks, sells a 32-ounce iced sweet-tea drink for $1. | news

  • It's Ms. Mailer's own plucky and sometimes sentimental autobiography, written in the lemony sweet-tea mode of Southern novelists like Lee Smith.

    NYT > Home Page

  • So, when others were visiting a Tibetan style temple for the God of Fortune, Phurbu and I took the opportunity to sit down in a sweet-tea house and chat.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • I hoped the Sheiks had boiled their water well enough before serving their tea, but custom prevented me turning down their sweet-tea mixture.

    Marine Corps Moms

  • If you're used to just sucking down sweet-tea by the gallon and you're not paying attention, you can wind up a bit trashed in a bit of a hurry.



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