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- A muddler is a bartender's tool, used like a pestle to mash—or muddle—fruits, herbs and ****es in the bottom of a gl**** to release their flavor. ****tails...
- Stay Insane". Muddling Through, Stephanie Hodge, D. David Morin, Jennifer Aniston, retrieved 2018-06-01CS1 maint: others (link) Muddling Through on IMDb...
- A muddling spoon is a long handled spoon used in bartending. It resembles an iced tea spoon, but typically has a smaller head. Muddling spoons are not...
- cricketer for Kent, active 1768 Muddler, a bartender's tool Muddle Earth, a children's book by Paul Stewart Muddle Earth (John Brunner) Muddling spoon...
- The Old Fashioned is a ****tail made by muddling sugar with bitters, then adding alcohol, po****rly whiskey but sometimes brandy and finally a twist of...
- wedges into the gl**** and add sugars. Muddle sugar with the lime wedges. Be careful not to overdo the muddling of the lime rind as it may introduce too...
- questions about capital punishment. Mick LaSalle thought that the film had muddled the subject and disliked both the film and Winslet's performance. To avoid...
- tend to be more reliable: "inelegant or ranting prose usually reflects muddled thoughts and incomplete information". To ****ess Wikipedia articles various...
- said that, "despite its verve and visual inventiveness, the series feels muddled and a little wearying at times" Adam Starkey of Metro wrote that the dual...
- Now, The Village Voice wrote that her phrasing was previously "bland and muddled, but that's changed. She can still sound strained and thin, and often strays...
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