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wineglass

1. a glass drinking vessel, typically having a small bowl on a stem, with a flared foot
2. the amount that such a glass will hold
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"My aim is to set and maintain a Rosette standard for the restaurant, but I'm also hoping that introducing the WineGlass here will provide more of a focus on food at Hall Garth.
Mr Justice Silber said the sentence was "reasonable and fair" even for somebody her age, given that she had a previous conviction for wounding a neighbour with a wineglass when she was 17.
To mark the opening of the festival, special anniversary stamps will be issued, as well as various publications, and an effort will be made to fabricate the biggest wineglass in the world for a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The frequent guest of honor is a retired, long-serving government minister, a regal figure whose son is a "mere paperback edition" of him--though he has managed to marry the languorously enticing German-Brazilian Silvi (whose wineglass host Bernward keeps unfailingly topped up).
You could stagger from one cellar door to the next all the way up the east coast, but if you''re travelling that way it''d be criminal to forgo a stop at Freycinet National Park, a peninsula of beaches, bush and granite peaks that includes the iconic Wineglass Bay, often cited as one of the world''s best beaches.
com IN A GLASS OF ITS OWN Is it a mug, is it a wineglass? Who knows?
The goal is to equip robots so they know to grasp tightly when picking up a heavy barbell but lightly when grasping a wineglass.
New York, Aug 27 (ANI): A Canadian woman accused of injuring 'Inception' star Leonardo DiCaprio with a broken wineglass must undergo trial, a judge has ruled.
And Freycinet Lodge, set in the 30,000-acre National Park, for the two-and-a-half hour return walk to the pure white beach of Wineglass Bay and The Hazards mountains.
The weapon used its own hemispherical resonance gyro (often referred to as the wineglass gyro) to reach its target.
The strangers said he would recover as long as he followed a strict seafood-only diet - especially shellfish - with a wineglass full of sea water four times a day.
The projects include necklaces (single and multi-strand), bracelets, zipper doodles, bibbers, wineglass charms, earrings, ankle bracelets and eyeglass leashes.