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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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Perfect for glugging on its own, but will happily stand up to hearty fare.
But then we're not Sarah Harding, world heavyweight champion at glugging booze and looking ultra-glam.
Former chubster Sophie Dahl has a tip for keeping flab at bay [ETH] glugging fat.
Happy glugging as you slouch in front of The Royle Family.
Reece Stiddard collapsed on Friday with severe chest pains after glugging a litre of caffeine drink Red Rooster.
Andrew Else, 51, had been an "aquaholic" for 30 years and was seen glugging several litres from a garden hose.
We saw him the Blue Posts in Mayfair glugging Guinness with a pal at the weekend.
A touchline ban for glugging a few mouthfuls of Evian.
Take a look at this one, depicting a bunch of jolly, seemingly boozed-up people stuffing their faces and glugging wine.
The Only Fools and Horses actor had to be helped into a car by wife Gill after glugging a bit too much of the lovely jubbly bubbly.
She started glugging wine over lunch in France's Courcheval with son Brooklyn, dad Tony and her bro Christian yesterday.
The lager-swilling lass has given up the booze and is glugging soft drinks now that she's pregnant.