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The carafe holds 12 cups of coffee—a generous supply by any measure—but this unit goes one step further, including a dedicated single-serving sidecar that can serve up regular hot water for tea and even brew individual servings of coffee from K-cups.
COFFEE MAKERS FOR JAVA ENTHUSIASTSPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMOCTOBER 1, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
He was seated at a table, on which stood a carafe of water, a bowl of sugar, and a glass of absinthe.
He pushed back his chair, rose, and went to the sideboard, where he poured out a glass of water from the carafe and drank it off.
A LIFE SENTENCEADELINE SERGEANT
Delia rises, goes to table and picks up water carafe which she replaces on refectory table up L.
BELINDAA. A. MILNE
It was the cue for Andoche to slip gratefully into a chair, possess the carafe and prepare to listen.
After some moments the curtain advances, the carafe is grasped, and the glass seems to be half full.
MYSTERIOUS PSYCHIC FORCESCAMILLE FLAMMARION
A bouquet of flowers, placed in a carafe on the larger table, comes over onto ours, preceded by an agreeable perfume.
MYSTERIOUS PSYCHIC FORCESCAMILLE FLAMMARION
With three forks, a serviette ring, and a plate, one may improvise a stand for a soup tureen or water carafe.
A similar structure, formed with seven glasses and a carafe, is shown in Fig. 22, which is self-explanatory.
A carafe, partly filled with water to give stability, forms the basis of the structure.

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