double measure

double measure

In joinery, work which has molding on both sides.
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Ridding the UK of this "dither max" caused by Brexit, plus double measure for Scotland with the Nationalists' obsession for another referendum, compounds the belief that the public are held to ransom by politicians whose bare-faced revolting attitudes have caused the democratic process to be completely banjaxed.
BY RICHARD EDWARDS JASON ROY is thirsty for a double measure of England duty this summer - so he can help serve up World Cup AND Ashes glory.
The pair had been deliberating whether to serve the would-be investors a single or a double measure of gin as they waited in the green room for their turn.
For example - grab yourself a glass of ginger beer and mix in a double measure of Havana Club.
He said he had four double measure cocktails, two single gin and lemonades, one single or double vodka and lemonade, plus a beer.
An estimated 15,000 gin enthusiasts crashed the company's website when the decorations - each containing a double measure of gin - went on sale on Friday morning.
The following morning, sitting watching Sky News over breakfast, I felt furious and guilty in double measure. It wasn't just the outrageous bill that made me cross.
Later, in a campaign against the Nubians, to the south, Ahmose took with him three hands and was given 'gold in double measure,' the inscription suggests.
Mini spirit bottles such as gin and vodka provide a double measure so allow 100 calories per bottle and ask for slim-line mixtures.
American submariners, however, came in for a double measure of abuse.
Stop for a cubano (double measure of spirit with mixer) for between four and five euros and enjoy tapas.
Naval ratings in those days could look forward to a large daily "tot" - with a double measure just before battle, and again if they won.