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glug

[gləg]
(mechanics)
A unit of mass, equal to the mass which is accelerated by 1 centimeter per second per second by a force of 1 gram-force, or to 980.665 grams.
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The move means mmm glug can begin selling fresh meats, cheeses, coffee, baked goods and vegetables as it won't be in competition with other Grainger Market traders and can also open later and on Sundays and bank holidays.
5 Heat a glug of olive oil and a knob of butter gently in a large frying pan.
Add a good glug of olive oil along with the garlic and rosemary to flavour the oil.
When ready to serve add a splash of water to pan and heat for three mins over a low heat, adding another glug of oil to prevent the pasta sticking, creating an emulsion.
It's the most expensive across-the-bar glug of red biddy I've come across.
Eat cheap meals and glug vino from a cellar better than Majestic.
A Chianti Classico you hardly need to drink as the hypnotic aroma has you sniffing around it before you go into glug mode.
However, her boozy antics come to a scary head when she pours herself a large vodka and orange juice at breakfast time and little April glugs down the contents.
STOPPING FOR A BRU Gerard glugs ginger outside Californian bar
Ingredients: 1 whole cucumber, skin peeled, and chopped into small chunks; 5 juicy tomatoes, chopped into small chunks, and deseeded if preferred; Half a packet of feta cheese, chopped into small chunks; 2-3 tbsps black olives; 1 tsp dried oregano; 2-3 glugs of extra virgin olive oil; All you have to do is to combine the cucumber and tomatoes in a large bowl.
However, the sacked factory worker's boozy antics come to a scary head on Monday when she pours herself a large vodka and orange juice at breakfast time - yep, she sure is out of control - and little April glugs down the contents
She also glugs Madge's favourite coconut-water drink.