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  • Unsweetened iced tea with a splash about 2 tablespoons of fruit juice

    The Life You Want

  • Jane was taking tea with Miss Lipscombe when Morris approached her, carrying a small bundle.

    The Wayward Muse

  • These women and Olivia Lucas visited—how delightful it was to be able to offer them a mug of tea with sugar in it!

    Morgan’s Run

  • This way if, say, Sir Cornelius Mosley calls and says hes showing up for tea with the dean, they can whip out his prized Manet and hang it in the drawing room.


  • My mother has brought the good dishes from the other room, the set with rosebuds and a golden stripe that makes its appearance on the table only when we have guests, and we drink tea with slices of bread loaded with butter and jam while Ivan Sergeevich explains the steps in the breeding process.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • The girls had hot dogs and hamburgers, and instead of asking for t con pesca, iced tea with peach, I asked for t con pesce, iced tea with fish.

    The Italian Summer

  • Three weeks later, I prepared to do the Canadian Ironman in Penticton and had been invited to attend a tea with the premier of British Columbia, who had come from Vancouver to view the event.

    The Grace to Race

  • Try a variety of tea: Try making home-brewed iced tea with different types of tea other than plain black — that way you get lots of flavor without any calories, says Jessie Price, food editor of EatingWell magazine.

    Skinny, low-calorie beverages for hot summer days

  • And having a cup of flavonoid-rich tea with your chocolate enhances the heart-protective effect even more.

    The Fiber35 Diet

  • That stupid story about her dress-maker was bad enough—it would have been so simple to tell Rosedale that she had been taking tea with Selden!

    The House of Mirth


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