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guzzle

[′gəz·əl]
(meteorology)
In the Shetland Islands, an angry blast of wind, dry and parching.
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Includes overnight accommodation at a 5-star hotel in London with breakfast, 1x pair of tickets to Wicked, pounds 100 (total) travel expenses, pounds 800 (total) spending money and a box of Guzzle Puzzle sweets (36 packs).
Designed to create a surprise taste bud sensation, sweet fans should prepare to experience the unexpected when opening a bag of Guzzle Puzzle.
Guzzle said, "As you already know, I've been fighting cancer for the past five years.
Guzzle Puzzle launches j exclusively to Asda next month and will roll out nationally from August, backed by a [pounds sterling]2.
Said Guzzle, "We already have important investments in natural gas exploration and production, and this combination will allow us to expand our participation in the nation's natural gas industry.
Correctly answer this question for a chance to win: Which of the following are two of the flavours found in packs of Guzzle Puzzle?
Although some SUVs, like the Acura MDX, which gets 23 miles per gallon on the freeway, have improved their emissions standards to match the standards of new sedans, others continue to guzzle.
Guzzle, "Because electricity is produced very efficiently at the power plant, in most cases it consumes less energy at the point of use than burning fossil fuels, such as burning natural gas in the home or using gasoline in automobiles or lawn mowers.
Guzzle, "Since we acquired these reserves late in 1991, production has grown substantially each year.
Department of Energy is funding a significant portion of this project through its Clean Coal Technology Program," said Guzzle.
Lawns guzzle water without conscience as compared to many water-thrifty perennials and ground covers that will fill the space occupied by a lawn just fine.