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At least 33 states and the District of Columbia are temporarily allowing cocktails to-go during the pandemic.
This reduces demand for all types of liquors, but particularly high-end liquors used for cocktails.
For straightforward scenarios like this one, the calculation might fit on a cocktail napkin.
Catching the trend of cocktails called quarantinis and registered racehorse names like Wearamask, two fungal species now have pandemic-inspired monikers.
Companies like Regeneron are looking at a cocktail of monoclonal antibodies to hit at multiple points.
I would say the cocktail party is more exhausting only because what you’re subtracting is usually the exhilaration of the conversation.
Miss Mayblunt begged to be allowed to keep her cocktail untouched before her, just to look at.
He got out of the chair and pointed at her, and a few glasses on a cocktail tray tipped over.
In a few minutes he led Peter away to one of the bars where they usually took their cocktail.
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The barkeeper was nonplussed, and asked what a tin-roof cocktail was.

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