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splash

a small amount of soda water, water, etc., added to an alcoholic drink
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I ran near the water's edge, and heard every now and then the splash of the feet that gained upon me.
It was a kind of glade in the forest, made by a fall; seedlings were already starting up to struggle for the vacant space; and beyond, the dense growth of stems and twining vines and splashes of fungus and flowers closed in again.
Twice she heard the splash of the lead, and listened intently for the cry that followed.
Editors emphasise the importance of a story by giving it a big (splash) headline.
"Elliot lived and breathed Liverpool Football Club, so when Claire House started the Splash Dash, our family and friends were keen to throw red paint in his memory."
Finley Wild, pictured with mum Jackie, is starting the final Splash Dash after helping to launch the first one in 2013
"Splash is easy to carry in your pocket, purse or clipped to a backpack.
Splash Financial has announced FitBUX has named it Best New Company in 2019 for technology and competitive rates in its review of top student loan refinancing companies, the company said.
Mark Curtis, CEO of Splash, said, 'We are honoured that great operators like the Sheeley's picked to partner with Splash.
Prime Global, once a subsidiary of Splash Corp., has both a food and finance business.
Nagender Arya, Wipro regional director for consumer care, is targeting to surpass Splash products' steady 10 percent growth over the past decade with the full-speed marketing of its new products.
Inextricably linked to Splash's history is CEO Raza Beig, who's worked his way up from store manager and now takes care of a number of portfolios within the Landmark Group conglomerate.