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My partner and I decided to grab a drink and a bite at a local wine bar, assuming we could order at the sidewalk window and then take the food to one of the high-tops set up in the street.
This tray has a slot for your phone, a reinforced book prop that folds down when not in use, wine glass holder, and double hooks to hang a washcloth, loofah, or razor.
In Boston, for example, they’ll get early check-in and late checkout, breakfast included, a bottle of wine, and a $50 credit toward other purchases.
We’ll miss celebrating with you and hope that we can cheers over a good glass of wine together sometime in the future.
For example, The Fat Jewish built the wine brand Babe Rose and sold that to Anheuser-Busch for last June.
For example, let’s assume you sell wine and your potential client is looking for the best New York wine, you’d be doing yourself a great service by including the words “New York” in the title and the description.
Then afterwards it sounds so draining that you have to go have some roast beef and red wine immediately after to refortify yourself.
HE ordered a lunch which he thought the girl would like, with wine to revive the faculties that he knew must be failing.
And when wine had unselfed my noble father, you received his passionate insults with forbearance and forgiveness!
“Let us have some of your best wine to-day, waiter,” said old Wardle, rubbing his hands.


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