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wine box

wine sold in a cubic carton, usually of three-litre capacity, having a plastic lining and a tap for dispensing
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Kitchen splashbacks from old wine boxes "The splashbacks are made from the ends of wine boxes.
Meanwhile, on the East Coast, the City of Philadelphia teamed with The Fresh Grocer to announce a new recycling program for food and beverage cartons, including milk, juice, wine boxes and egg crates.
I was thinking about buying the cardboard wine boxes with a tap on them."
The 53-year-old lorry driver, caught at Dover with 32kg of coke stashed in wine boxes, told Inside Time magazine: "I could take a day release and walk to the local town, but what could I do once I get there?
Present these stylish and special contemporary Wine boxes from Good Earth Winery that is sure to make a lasting impression.
Wine boxes and "partysized" bottles of cider were among items axed to make way for the new additions.
Wine boxes and large "party-sized" bottles of cider were among items axed to make way for the new additions, which make their inaugural appearance in the basket, according to the ONS.
(So much for hard-to-find Fizzies drink tablets, and the new, lighter-to-ship wine boxes that some consumers are buying to be green as well as thrifty.)
Customs officers who stopped Morgan after he arrived on a flight from Malaga in Spain in August 1994 found drugs with a street value of pounds 24,000 concealed in wine boxes in his suitcase.
Adam Farrer, prosecuting, said that on August 11, 1994, Morgan's bags had been x-rayed at Birmingham International Airport and when three wine boxes had been opened they were found to contain 22 blocks of cannabis resin.
-- use of recycled and unbleached paper products for labels, printed collateral, wine boxes and gift bags whenever possible;
Glass bottles are permitted but wine boxes are recommended.