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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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5 Heat a glug of olive oil and a knob of butter gently in a large frying pan.
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.
LEFT OUT J Ex-girlfriend Raffaella Fico SO CAPPY J Mario poses PUFF GUY J Mario at club SWIG STAR Z Glug of bubbly
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.
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.
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
STOPPING FOR A BRU Gerard glugs ginger outside Californian bar