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  • Riders will complement their current in-race nutrition with the two-ounce bottles.

    5-hour Energy enters cycling with Kenda

  • Police executed a search warrant at the home Saturday after a tip from an area resident, and found 11 fully mature marijuana plants and six two-ounce bags of marijuana inside the home.

    CBS reporter arrested on drug charges

  • The drink in question is a two-ounce shot of Hardy Perfection, a blend of vintage cognacs dating back to the 1860s.

    Dan Dorfman: St. Nick Really Is Coming to Town

  • The drink in question is a two-ounce shot of Hardy Perfection, a blend of vintage cognacs dating back to the 1860s.

    Dan Dorfman: St. Nick Really Is Coming to Town

  • The drink in question is a two-ounce shot of Hardy Perfection, a blend of vintage cognacs dating back to the 1860s.

    Dan Dorfman: St. Nick Really Is Coming to Town

  • For two-ounce wedding invitations, the 2009 stamp featuring a wedding cake will be reissued at 64 cents; and for three-ounce letters there will be a new 84-cent stamp honoring Oveta Culp Hobby, who founded the Women's Army Corps in World War II.Post cards will go up a penny to 29 cents and new stamps will also be available for that rate.

    Postage rates rising for businesses, not for most letters

  • Joanne Chang, a Boston pastry chef and restaurateur, told me that when she opened her Flour Bakery she used home-sized, two-ounce muffin tins for her muffins and cupcakes.

    Not So Guilty Pleasure

  • Nick talked her through and Meryl was a bright spark, scrupulous with a two-ounce shot, nimble with the tall green, brown and clear bottles.

    Radium

  • "Cars 19 feet long, weighing two tons, are used to run a 118-pound housewife three blocks to the drugstore for a two-ounce package of bobby pins and lipstick," George Romney, president of compact-car maker American Motors and father of future presidential contender Mitt, lamented in 1955.

    A Nation of Drivers

  • The drink in question is a two-ounce shot of Hardy Perfection, a blend of vintage cognacs dating back to the 1860s.

    Dan Dorfman: St. Nick Really Is Coming to Town

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