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SODAS

[D.L. Parnas & J.A. Darringer. Proc FJCC 31:449-474, AFIPS (Fall 1967)].
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She had heard, "Ice-cream soda, please," and had herself asked, "What flavor?
The next instant his eyes were upon her face, her eyes had dropped, and she was turning away toward the soda fountain.
He toyed with his spoon, and flushed his embarrassment over his soda, but lingered on; and she spoke softly, dropped her eyes, and wove her witchery about him.
The ground at the place where we stopped for the night, was incrusted with a layer of sulphate of soda, and hence, of course, was without water.
The salt here, and in other parts of Patagonia, consists chiefly of sulphate of soda with some common salt.
In both countries the salt-lakes occupy shallow depressions in the plains; in both the mud on the borders is black and fetid; beneath the crust of common salt, sulphate of soda or of magnesium occurs, imperfectly crystallized; and in both, the muddy sand is mixed with lentils of gypsum.
Harrison, you can put the whiskey and soda on the side, anyhow, then you can wait for me in my room.
If you don't mind, Ronnie, I will finish this letter while he brings the whiskey and soda," Sir Alfred said.
Tim Lacy told me he got some once from a croaker uptown and fed 'em to his girl in soda water.
They talked about many things, and now Brissenden and now Martin took turn in ordering Scotch and soda.
I'll go you," Martin answered, attempting to pay for the current Scotch and soda with the last change from his two dollars and seeing the waiter bullied by Brissenden into putting that change back on the table.
Wingrave brought a plate of sandwiches from the sideboard, and mixed a whisky and soda.