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carafe

a. an open-topped glass container for serving water or wine at table
b. (as modifier): a carafe wine
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According to this study, over the next five years the Coffee Carafes market will register a xy% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ xx million by 2024, from US$ xy million in 2019.
When we didn't know what wine was let alone a bleeding carafe. Small wonder the jury unanimously cleared the fans of any involvement in the disaster while shaming the police on every charge.
Sir John said: "He said fans were drinking a combination of everything, barring heavy spirits, from beer, cider, wine, big bottles, cans, carafes of wine."
Summary: It's a skill the Lebanese practice with nonchalant ease and foreigners struggle to perfect: the art of tilting a carafe at just the right pace and angle to deliver a perfect mouthful of water, easily swallowed, not a drop spilled.
The agent became suspicious August 7 when a box containing the thermal coffee carafes was discovered during a baggage search.
Long before thermal carafes appeared in the market, there were the standard glass carafes.
On Friday night, Lohan was reported drinking inside a club in San Diego, where she asked to be served vodka from carafes, instead of bottles, so that nobody could see her with alcohol bottles on her table.( ANI )
The selection includes antique dinner sets, tea sets, glasses, plates, silver and bronze glass jugs, wine carafes and accessories.
Both are packaged in 59-ounce clear carafes. Suggested retail prices are $3.49 for the apple juice and $3.89 for the grapefruit juice.
Heat-proof glass is the number-one material preferred by consumers for their blender carafes, not only because it carries a higher perceived value, but also because it's scratch and stain resistant.
Morecroft said he's frequently cornered at social events by consumers who complain about the constant need to replace easily broken glass carafes for drip brewers.
A quick detour to grab a tea in the office's coffee room, where piping carafes of java wafted temptingly, proved that his alert countenance wasn't merely a caffeine-induced facade either.