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tipple

1. a device for overturning ore trucks, mine cars, etc., so that they discharge their load
2. a place at which such trucks are tipped and unloaded

tipple

[′tip·əl]
(mining engineering)
The place where the mine cars are tipped and emptied of their coal.
The tracks, trestles, and screens at the entrance to a colliery, where coal is screened and loaded.
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Diabetics have had to search for products that will supply the necessary daily support for their health," Tipples comments.
There are very few sugar-free cough syrups," notes Tipples.
What we often find when we present this to a retailer is the assumption that the chain already has a complete assortment in departments like foot and skin care," Tipples says.
Tipples acknowledges that it is difficult for many retailers to find the eight feet of shelf space a D-Care center requires, but he emphasizes that placing the products in scattered locations reduces the ability of the retailer to promote the line.
LAGER has beaten off strong competition from new designer drinks to remain Scotland's top tipple.
Tipples also outlines some of the constraints the group has encountered over the years through the use of its previous software package.
Tasked with creating 'The Ivy House' cocktail, shortlisted candidates were up against the clock to try and create the ultimate tipple.