wine box


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wine box

wine sold in a cubic carton, usually of three-litre capacity, having a plastic lining and a tap for dispensing
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PC Andy Payne found the bin -liner and the empty wine box in the rubbish bin outside - Mrs Hall had thrown them away.
I'm ashamed to say that the wine box will probably just about make it to day four.
Somebody once suggested an enjoyable night out in Basingstoke was a wine box and a video.
She recently turned an old wine box into a bathroom cabinet, a wooden pallet into a painted cupboard and she has made dust covers into curtains.
not only got hip to the design benefits of the wine box but also the science of fresh wine on tap for up to six weeks* after opening.
Stowells of Chelsea - introduced the wine box to Britain
To be blunt the sort of people who like Mr Collins are those who think a night out is a baked-bean pizza and a wine box of Blue Nun (you'd better add those to your list).
Women who want to appear uninhibited and party-loving should stock up with chocolate fudge-cake, bananas and a wine box.
Other experts said it had been a fairly high quality explosive, such as a military type, and could have been the size of a wine box or a few books.
50 [pounds sterling] Kit Kat 10-pk 3 for 2 Kumala Wine Box 3-litre Save 3 [pounds sterling] Maltesers 175g 2 for 2.
Good practice for uncovering who drank the last of the wine box.