Cola


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  • noun

Synonyms for Cola

carbonated drink flavored with extract from kola nuts ('dope' is a southernism in the United States)

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6 percent--continuing a decade-long trend of low inflation--one might wonder, what's the problem with COLAs now?
First, they aren't applied year after year to a base pension figure, but are compounded annually, COLA on top of COLA.
In the past two years, The Coca-Cola Company has introduced four new products in the cola category -- Vanilla Coke (2002), Diet Vanilla Coke (2002), Diet Coke with Lemon (2001), and, most recently, Diet Coke with Lime (2004).
Over at the Russian space station Mir, Pepsi Cola is hawking its own beverages and, what's more, is about to film the first commercial in space with the help of two space-walking cosmonauts.
TNT, in charge of domestic and international distribution of Coca- Cola BIG TV as well as advertising sales, is teaming with The Coca-Cola Company to promote Coca-Cola BIG TV, which debuted last January in association with Super Bowl XXVIII in Atlanta.
The Coca-Cola 600 is not only a great marketing marquee for Coca- Cola, but is an event which generates a tremendous positive economic impact for the Carolinas," Steele said.
The cost of a litre of the new Mundet Multisabores equals that of Big Cola but the former is sold in a smaller and easier to handle two-litre bottle.
MEXICO CITY, April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Coca Cola FEMSA, S.
Kaplan continues: "In May and June, at Carrefour, Tesco, and Wal-Mart stores in China we intend to bring out DIET versions of our very popular flavors, which include MALIBU-COLA, MALIBU SUNRISE ORANGE, MALIBU SURF'S UP LEMON LIME, MALIBU VERRY CHERRY COLA, MALIBU LEMON SQUEEZE (carbonated lemonade).